>PUBLISHED JUNE 21, 2011
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For as long as we can remember, Savino Brothers has been Westchester’s go-to hardwood flooring contractor. These guys, in business for 25 years, learned the art and craft of installing and refinishing wood floors from their father.
Got a modest home? A custom manse? Not to worry. No project is too simple, too large, or too intricate. Just ask the folks at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, the Westchester County Center, Kykuit, the Irvington Historical Society, or the dozens of churches and schools, or the hundreds of residential customers who’ve contracted Savino Brothers over the years.
PUBLISHED FALL 2011
Most design professionals agree: when you're thinking about tackling a home improvement, your number one consideration should be the outcome of your project. Ideally a well-planned home renovation will make your living space more beautiful, while also enhancing your lifestyle. But in the current economy-with its roller coaster housing market-you can't afford to completely ignore the effect a renovation will have on the resale value of your home. New floors are an excellent way to add charm, elegance and comfort to your home-but will they also add value?
"Absolutely," says Sena Baron, a broker with William Ravies in Chappaqua, who maintains that "next to new kitchens and bathrooms, upgraded floors will give you one of the highest returns on your investment." Making smart design decisions now will also give you an advantage over other homes on the market-if and when you decide to sell your home. According to Baron, "Dirty, old, or dated floors can be a deal breaker, since homebuyers don't want to go through the time, expense and trouble of changing a home's floors.- Westchester homebuyers look for quality materials and elegant finishes, so Baron recommends making careful choices to protect your home's value.
One way to protect your home improvement investment is to choose floors with timeless elegance and classic appeal. Hardwood floors never go out of style, and Savino Brothers Hardwood Flooring Contractors has been installing, refinishing, and maintaining quality wood floors in Westchester and Putnam Counties for 25 years. As an environmentally friendly company, Savino Brothers is proud to combine the timeless beauty of traditional hardwood flooring with the latest "green" innovations for healthy installation and restoration.
According to President and Co-owner Frank Savino, the company refinishes hardwood floors with a dust containment system that "directs 98% of the resulting dust into our trucks-not into the home." They only use non-toxic water based urethanes, including a urethane that is made out of whey-a natural byproduct of cheese-making. Savino considers wood floors to be an excellent flooring choice, saying, "Hardwood flooring has stood the test of time in durability and beauty. A real wood floor is one home investment that will truly last a lifetime."
But the Savinos don't just install and refinish hardwood floors in private homes: they have also been trusted with the flooring needs of some of Westchester's best-known businesses and organizations, including Blue Hill at Stone Barns, The Westchester County Center, and the Irvington Historical Society. The combination of quality workmanship and excellent customer service has earned this family owned company an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
SAVINO BROTHERS teams with PROPERTY BROTHERS of HGTV Design & Sell
Testimonial by Laura Reiter/Producer
As the producer of Property Brothers: Buying & Selling, I was very impressed with the work that Frank and his team did for an episode we recently worked on in Katonah, NY. They installed new hardwood besides the old, and sanded and stained them to match. They had great attention to detail, and did a very professional job while working within the tight timelines of a TV renovation show. We highly recommend Savino Brothers for any hardwood floor work you might need done.
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