2020 WFB Contractor Survey: Wood Flooring Pros Share the Details of Their Work Lives

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For the second time, we asked our contractor readers to tell us the nitty-gritty details of their lives as wood flooring pros. What are their work hours? What safety equipment do they use? Which machine do they use for final sanding before stain? To find out these answers and much more, keep reading. (To find stats regarding their business outlook and more, go to the annual WFB State of the Industry survey from the April/May 2020 issue at wfbmag.co/soi20.)

The Typical Wood Floor Contractor

We asked you for your stats, and we crunched the numbers to build a profile of the most typical wood flooring contractor working today in the U.S. Here is what the contractor looks like:



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RELATED: WFB 2018 Wood Flooring Contractor Survey

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