Family Owned & Operated Since 1951

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Providing quality hardwood flooring in New Jersey since 1951. Gorsegner Brothers Hardwood Floors specializes in the installation, refinishing, and maintenance of all types of hardwood flooring. We welcome you to take a look at our work to see how Gorsegner Brothers can improve the floors in your home or business.

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Fully Insured & Licensed Hardwood Flooring Services

By Villa Bella

The finest selected French Oak aged and smoked to perfection. Sophisticated and on-trend colors to match your home décor. Wire brushed surfaces with slightly distressed edges and ends. Engineered 4mm sawn veneer and sealed with 8 coats of Valspar for enhanced resistance and durability. Truly elegant 8″ wide and 72″ long boards (75%) with 9/16” thickness.

Pet Friendly

Water Resistant

Made in USA

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