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Joe L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

1 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I deal with Dan directly. He is the one who always comes out to work with me flipping houses, great guy.

On the spot service, I buy and sell houses, and I have used them about four times now.

Abbey O.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

2 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They had good customer service.

They are not pushy in any way. They did not use an aggressive approach with me like most companies do. They actually let me take home more samples than usual to help with my decision, because I could not make up my mind.

Wilson W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

3 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We had a problem with flooding and it was a difficult floor problem. They came out and took care of the entire situation without question.

They are prompt, responsible, and the staff is very friendly.

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Dan Yorke, Owner

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated offers a wide variety of hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom, all of which include original markings, distinctive graining and inherent characteristics that allow customers to bring a piece of nature inside. The company also refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay, and it provides in-home consultations for customers who are unsure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes.

Owner Dan Yorke credits much of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s success to its highly experienced employees, all of whom are knowledgeable about the latest industry trends and products. “We’re not a big-box store, so our salespeople can focus entirely on hardwood floors,” he explains. “They know all the different product lines, and they work with our customers to help them understand the differences between certain types of wood.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s installers are trained and experienced in every type of hardwood installation, and they can also create borders and inserts that allow people to further customize their homes. “We offer complete service from start to finish,” says Dan. “From our sales staff to our installers, everyone is focused on helping our customers get top-quality floors.”

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Contra Costa County
East Bay

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SERVICES PERFORMED

Hardwood Floor Sales
Hardwood Floor Refinishing, Cleaning & Recoating
In-Home Consultations
Pre-Finished Flooring
Engineered Flooring

BRANDS Supported
  • Summit

  • Provenza

  • Monarch

  • Mirage Hardwood

  • Lauzon

  • BONA

DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESEARCHED ARTICLES ON Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated carries a variety of products at its Danville showroom.

Company Profile

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated offers a wide variety of hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom, all of which include original markings, distinctive graining and inherent characteristics that allow customers to bring a piece of nature inside. The company also refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay, and it provides in-home consultations for customers who are unsure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes.

Owner Dan Yorke credits much of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s success to its highly experienced employees, all of whom are knowledgeable about the latest industry trends and products. “We’re not a big-box store, so our salespeople can focus entirely on hardwood floors,” he explains. “They know all the different product lines, and they work with our customers to help them understand the differences between certain types of wood.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated’s installers are trained and experienced in every type of hardwood installation, and they can also create borders and inserts that allow people to further customize their homes. “We offer complete service from start to finish,” says Dan. “From our sales staff to our installers, everyone is focused on helping our customers get top-quality floors.”

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Company Philosophy

“We pride ourselves on our integrity, and we’re always honest with our customers about which products will work best for their particular situations. At the end of the day, we’re not just here to make a sale—we’re here to help our customers in a low-pressure environment and ensure they make the right decisions.”

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for hardwood flooring companies that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, the key to achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction is simple: employ its expert industry knowledge to help its clients make educated flooring choices. “When it comes to providing flooring advice, we’re much more knowledgeable than most home improvement stores,” says owner Dan Yorke. “Drawing upon our years of experience, we work closely with each customer to find the product that will work best for their particular needs.”

Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated has been offering hardwood flooring products at its Danville showroom since 1988. In addition to carrying maple, unfinished and prefinished traditional oak, bamboo, Brazilian cherry, and rosewood flooring, the company refinishes, cleans, and recoats hardwood floors for residential and commercial clients throughout Contra Costa County and the East Bay. “We also provide in-home consultations for people who aren’t sure how certain flooring products will look inside their homes,” adds Mr. Yorke.

Unlike less experienced hardwood flooring companies that don’t have physical addresses and limit the range of their clientele base as a result, Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated maintains a centrally located showroom that provides both quality flooring products and consumer confidence. “Many flooring contractors work out of their homes or garages, so the fact that our customers know where to find us gives them an important sense of security,” explains Mr. Yorke. “We’ve been in Danville for many years, and we’re very proud to be a part of the local community.”

Another distinguishing attribute of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated is the combined expertise of its veteran installers. “The quality of our installations is second to none,” says Mr. Yorke. “Our installers are very knowledgeable about different products and techniques, and they can handle just about any problem related to hardwood flooring.”

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Industry Info

If you have your hardwood floor refinished on a regular basis, make sure you’re aware of upcoming industry changes. Environmental regulation has led to changes in several industries, and the hardwood flooring business is no exception. Most notably, oil-based hardwood floor finishes are being phased out and replaced by low-VOC, water-based finishes. According to Dan Yorke, owner of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, once oil-based finishes become completely phased out, homeowners throughout the Bay Area will likely be affected. “Oil-based finishes can only be used for five more years in Northern California,” he explains. “Since a lot of older, top-nail floors require oil-based finishes, flooring companies are probably going to be replacing a lot more floors in the coming years.”

Mr. Yorke says that despite the safe, environmentally-friendly character of water-based finishes, they may not be compatible with certain styles of hardwood flooring. “Even if a floor has had oil-based finishes in the past, you can still put a water-based finish on it. However, when it comes to older, top-nail floors, water-based finishes are far from ideal. Since it’s a thinner floor that doesn’t have a tongue-and-groove configuration, it has a lot more movement in it. Whereas the elasticity of an oil-based product corresponds well to this characteristic, a water-based finish is a comparatively brittle product and will crack if there’s any movement in the floor. Also, these older floors have hundreds of nails in them, which can get rusted out by the water present in a water-based finish.”

Regardless of its finish, your floor will quickly lose its luster if it’s exposed to water for long periods of time. More serious damage is also possible, including warping, so make sure you wipe up spills as soon as possible with a soft, dry cloth. Start at the edges of the spill and work your way toward the center. Don’t ever mop a sealed or waxed floor, even if the mop is only slightly damp.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long will it take to install my new floor?

A: Depending on the size of the job, the installation can take anywhere from one day (for a single room) to two weeks (for an entire house).

Q: Can you help me choose the right flooring product?

A: Certainly. We’ll take the time to determine your needs and help you find a product that you’ll be satisfied with for the long term.

Q: Should I choose a certain type of floor if I have children or pets?

A: Yes. Certain floors are more durable than others and cover scratches and surface damage better. Maple, for example, is a very hard flooring product that doesn’t contain grain, which means it will show everything. We can help you select a product that meets both your aesthetic and functional needs.

Q: Do engineered flooring products have any benefits over natural products?

A: Yes. Engineered flooring products are easier to install and also tend to be more stable than natural products. In the past, engineered products were primarily short, rotary peeled planks, which led to problems like warping and cupping. However, these issues have since been corrected, and engineered products are now available in longer lengths and offer greater long-term stability.

Q: Does hardwood floor refinishing always emit an odor?

A: It depends on the finish. Oil-based finishes do have an odor to them, while newer, water-based finishes tend to dry very quickly and have almost no odor. The type of finish we use depends on the application and the kind of flooring you have.

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Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • Dan Yorke is a 28-year veteran of the hardwood flooring industry and owner of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (925) 838-1311 or by email.

Dan Yorke: A Hardwood Life

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

DANVILLE — When Dan Yorke decided to expand his carpeting business to include hardwood flooring, he saw it as a lucrative opportunity to benefit from a growing trend. What he didn’t realize, however, is just how challenging the endeavor would prove to be. “I found out that working with hardwood is a lot more complicated than cleaning and installing carpet, which is what I originally planned to focus on when I opened my business,” he recounts. “It proved to be a pretty sharp learning curve, and it took us a few years to get a handle on it.”

Despite the rough initiation, Dan’s business gradually grew to excel at hardwood installation—so much so that he eventually sold the company’s carpeting division. Today, Dan says he’s proud that Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated continues to be one of the East Bay’s most trusted hardwood flooring contractors. “We really shine next to our competitors because many of them simply don’t know what they’re doing. With high-end homes in particular, people want to feel comfortable with a company’s level of knowledge and experience, which is why many local homeowners choose us.”

A longtime resident of Danville, Dan says he appreciates the close-knit character of his local community. “My wife, Laura, and I have many roots in Danville. We raised our three sons here, and I’ve personally served as president of the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce. After many years in business, our company has a lot of appreciation for the support our community continues to give us.”

Outside of work, Dan engages in a variety of hobbies, including salmon fishing and crabbing, gardening, and taking on home improvement projects. When he’s not in a boat or at home, he can often be found enjoying a meal at his favorite local restaurant, Pete’s Brass Rail. In addition to his everyday hobbies and pastimes, Dan likes taking trips to visit his three grown sons, Teddy, Ben and Sam.

When asked the first thing he’d do if he could retire tomorrow, Dan says he’d spend more time both at home and abroad. “I work an awful lot, so my wife and I don’t get out as much as we’d like. Even when I do travel, it’s usually for business. So, if I retired tomorrow, I’d spend more time pursuing some of the activities I enjoy, as well as see some more of the world.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite season and why?
A: Summer, because I love the heat.

Q: What’s your favorite kind of tree?
A: Hickory. It’s nice to look at, and the wood is very durable and versatile.

Q: What animal best characterizes you?
A: A Golden Retriever, because I’m loyal, loving and friendly.

Q: Would you rather live in the city or the country?
A: The country.

Q: What do you read most: fiction or non-fiction books?
A: Non-fiction books.

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Expert articles
  • Considerations for Choosing a Wood Flooring Product

    DANVILLE — When choosing a new wood flooring product for your home, you’ll need to consider several factors to make the right decision. A good starting place is to consider the size and character of your household, as this will inform the criteria on which you’ll base your decision. For example, if you have an “active” household with young children and pets, you’re going to have very different criteria than a retired couple.

    One of the most important characteristics to look for in a flooring product is durability. If you have an active household, you’ll want a floor that can stand up to wear—a dense product like oak or maple as opposed to softer wood like poplar or alder. Additionally, you may want to consider a flooring style that will hide marks and other signs of wear, such as a distressed wood floor. Since distressed wood is intentionally given a worn aesthetic, wear and tear will enhance its character rather than diminish it.

    Another, more design-centric consideration for hardwood flooring is plank size. The width and length of the flooring planks you choose can have a surprising impact on your home’s visual aspect. Longer planks can add length to your home, while wide planks go well with an open concept floor plan.

    In addition to the product itself, you’ll need to choose a finish for your new hardwood floor. There are three different finishes used on hardwood floors: urethane, UV oil and oil-based. Each has different maintenance requirements and performs differently over time. For example, an oil-based finish requires the most maintenance of any finish; however, if properly maintained, it can perform the longest.

    As you can see, there are numerous factors to consider when choosing a hardwood flooring product. To make an informed choice, consult a local hardwood flooring expert who can further educate you about your options.

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  • Choosing the Right Hardwood Floor Cleaning Product

    DANVILLE — A hardwood floor is a big investment, and the best way to protect that investment is by employing proper care and maintenance. However, just any maintenance won’t do—it needs to be appropriate for the type of floor and, more importantly, the type of finish you have.

    There are three major finishes used on hardwood floors: urethane, UV oil and oil-based. Each of these finishes requires a different cleaning product (or set of products). Urethane is the most low-maintenance of the three. For cleaning a urethane-finished floor, Bona® Hardwood Floor Cleaner is a good choice. Simply spray your mophead with the cleaner and wipe the floor clean.

    On the other hand, UV oil and oil-based finishes require cleaning products that are compatible with their oil-based composition. To get the best results, choose a kit that includes a natural cleaner safe for oil-based flooring, as well as one or more oil refreshing/rejuvenating products. Ideally, you should choose a cleaning kit made by your flooring product’s manufacturer—that way, there’s no question whether it’s appropriate. By doing your research and choosing the correct cleaning product, you can avoid potential issues and keep your hardwood floor looking its best.

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  • A Simple Way to Maintain Your Hardwood Floors

    DANVILLE — While most homeowners understand the importance of refinishing their hardwood floors, some don’t realize that if they have their floors refinished too often, they’re actually doing more harm than good. By combining routine cleaning and periodic professional service, you can keep your hardwood floors looking and performing their best without the need for frequent refinishing.

    Besides cleaning your floor regularly with an appropriate cleaning product, a good way to maximize its longevity is to have it professionally serviced every five to 10 years. After using a “dirt dragon” to thoroughly clean the floor, a flooring specialist will apply a bonding agent and a coat of commercial finish. Not only will this help extend the life and luster of your floor, it can also save you money by prolonging the intervals between refinishing services.

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  • Video: Choosing a Hardwood Floor Cleaning Product

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    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: Prior to cleaning your hardwood floors, it’s important to make sure you’re using the right product. To learn more, we’re in Danville with Scott Peck of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, speaking on behalf of Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dan Yorke.

    Scott Peck: Installing hardwood floors is a big investment, so proper care and maintenance are important. Whether you’ve installed a solid hardwood floor or a durable engineered, it’s important to know which cleaning product to use. It’s also important to know which finish was used on your floor. Then you would know which cleaning product to use. We have three different finishes for our floors: urethane, UV oil, and oil-based. All three take a different cleaning product.

    If you were to buy a urethane finished floor, we would refer you to our Bona cleaning kit. You would just spray the mophead once and wipe the floor clean. Other oil floors actually require the manufacturer’s cleaning product – while our Provenza, they provide us with a floor care kit and our DuChateau with a maintenance oil kit. This is very important and critical to keeping your floors in proper care and looking their best.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Choosing a Wood Flooring Product

    Complete Video Transcription:

    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: When choosing a wood flooring product for your home, you need to take several factors into account. To learn more, we’re in Danville with Tyler Zimmerman of Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated, speaking on behalf of Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dan Yorke.

    Tyler Zimmerman: So, you’ve decided that you want some new floors, but you don’t know what to choose. I mean, there’s thousands of different samples at dozens of different price points, so what’s the right floor for you and your family? If you’re a family of five with, you know, two dogs at home versus a retired couple living on their own, you’re going to want to take a lot of different considerations in terms of how you make your decision. For example, you’re going to want to really make a decision between choosing something that functions a certain way versus the – the way a floor might look; the style of the floor. For example, if a floor is really dense versus really soft floor, again, that family of five is going to have a harder time maintaining a good look on a softer floor versus a denser floor.

    Likewise, the type of finish that you choose is also going to really be very important. An oil base finish versus a urethane base finish can really have a lasting impact in terms of how you maintain it. And while there’s a little bit more love involved in the oil -oil-based finish on your floor, 25, 30 years down the line it might look just like the day that you had installed it.

    Likewise, if you’re going between style and function, distressed floors can have a real kind of impact in terms of how you might make your decision as well. A distressed floor can also look a certain way, but it can also have that added benefit of being able to take a little bit more abuse if you have, you know, dogs, pets, things like that. A floor that’s been distressed has already kind of been given that little bit of added character to it to make it look like it’s been there for 25 or 30 years anyways, so a little bit more wear and tear on it actually even just kind of adds to the overall look of the floor.

    So, another thing to consider would be also the plank size. If you have a wide plank versus a narrow plank, it’s going to really emphasize the space and the size of your home much differently. And also, the longer planks can really pull you in the direction of your space. So, if you’re really going for that open concept look, going with something that’s really wide and really long really emphasizes the space – makes everything feel nice and big.

    So, at the end of the day, it’s really important that you sit down with your local hardwood floor expert and just make sure that you’re taking all these things into consideration when you’re choosing the right floor for you.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: The Impact of Floorboard Length

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    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: When choosing a hardwood flooring product, one often-overlooked attribute to consider is board length. Today we’re in Danville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dan Yorke of Danville Hardwood Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dan Yorke: One thing that is often overlooked in choosing a hardwood floor is the board lengths. A lot of the prefinished hardwood floors come as long as 48 inches, or only up to 48 inches. At Danville Hardwood Company, we have manufacturers that have random length to 12 foot long.

    When you see a house that has long boards in it, it makes such an impression when you walk in. People often don’t understand why they love this floor so much. They don’t realize it’s not so broken up. It’s a long stretch of hardwood. It’s a very nice look.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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  • Video: Cleaning and Recoating Wood Floors

    Complete Video Transcription:

    DANVILLE — Host, Sarah Rutan: To keep your hardwood floors looking their best, its important to refinish them on a routine basis. Today, we’re in Danville with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Dan Yorke of Danville Hardwood Company to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Dan Yorke: A lot of customers don’t realize there is an option to refinishing a floor. If you maintain your floor properly and every five to ten years have a company come in and use a dirt dragon, which is a machine that thoroughly cleans the floor, apply a bonding agent and a coat of commercial finish. It prolongs the life of your floor and you get to save a lot of money. You don’t have to go through the sanding and refinishing. It only takes one day in most cases. It is a wonderful option that people should use to maintain their floors.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local top-rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 225 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated : Average 9.3 out of 10 based on 225 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Joe L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

1 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I deal with Dan directly. He is the one who always comes out to work with me flipping houses, great guy.

On the spot service, I buy and sell houses, and I have used them about four times now.

Abbey O.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

2 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They had good customer service.

They are not pushy in any way. They did not use an aggressive approach with me like most companies do. They actually let me take home more samples than usual to help with my decision, because I could not make up my mind.

Wilson W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

3 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We had a problem with flooding and it was a difficult floor problem. They came out and took care of the entire situation without question.

They are prompt, responsible, and the staff is very friendly.

John

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

4 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they do a great job.

They are professional.

Keith

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

5 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend Dan Yorke to anyone. He does an amazing job, consistently.

Dan really cares about the quality of his work and it shows.

Wes K.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

6 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Their products are top of the line and better than any other hard wood supplier in the area. Their guys really know what they are doing and do it well.

The quality of the flooring

K. D. C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

7 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very professional, very willing to work with the contractor's schedule, and knowledgeable of the product

Just a lot of communication and even though the flooring was delayed, they kept us in the loop and that was probably the best.

Scott

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

8 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are professional. They do a great job.

Their quality

Walt W.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

9 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very good product and good people, they are a great company.

They know what they are doing and their product is top of the line.

Joanne L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

10 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very good

Nothing that I can think of.

Christy B.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

11 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We thought the work was done professionally. He made it easy.

Dan made it a really easy process for the most part.

Jon L.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

12 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they are professional and do quality work.

The high quality

Janice C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

13 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I guess they know what they are doing.

Well, the first time we used them was with Dan, the owner, and we just really liked him.

Nancy J.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

14 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

We think they are great.

They just get the work done and it's a simple process for the most part.

Tom J.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

15 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They know what they are doing. They are quality installers. It looks great afterwards.

The finished product

Carla M.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

16 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Dedicated customer service

I would say the quality of the craftsmanship and the finished work, I have known Dan Yorke for years.

Terrie H.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

17 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Dan Yorke is one of the best in the area. I would highly recommend him.

He takes his trade seriously and it shows.

Wayne Y.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

18 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They do a great job. They did a great installation. The finished product looks great.

The finished job

Jeff C.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

19 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Dan is the best around. He does amazing work. I have been using him for a long time now.

Dan has dedication to quality.

David H.

VERIFIED Danville Hardwood Company Incorporated CUSTOMER

20 of 225

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would highly recommend them. They do really high quality work.

Hands down the quality

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