Equipment for Wood Flooring in Spokane

Equipment for Wood Flooring in Spokane2024-03-08T22:32:51+00:00

Rustic Floor Supply offers floor equipment & tools at our Spokane, Washington location. To ensure the success of your hardwood flooring installation, it’s essential to have the right tools and equipment. Rustic Wood Floor Supply has everything you need to ensure that your flooring is installed to the highest standards. Our equipment is specifically designed for hardwood flooring projects and includes everything from sanding tools to specialized machines. All of our equipment is reliable, backed by a warranty, and will help you achieve professional results. By using the right tools for the job, you can get the most out of your flooring and achieve the best possible results.

Equipment Brands:

Belt Sanders

Belt sanders are a necessary tool for any sanding project, especially when it comes to hardwood flooring. These powerful machines are used to remove the finish from the flooring and create a smooth, even surface. Often referred to as “big machines,” belt sanders play a crucial role in the overall appearance of the finished floor. To get the most out of your belt sander and achieve professional results, it’s important to check that the wheels are clean, the drum is in good condition, and the power is reliable before using it. By following these simple steps, you can ensure optimal performance from your belt sander.


Edgers are an essential tool for hardwood flooring installation projects because they allow you to access small, difficult-to-reach spaces such as corners, along walls, and under toe kicks. The right edger can greatly improve the efficiency and quality of the job, saving time and reducing the workload for the craftsman. There are many different types of edgers available on the market, and different companies may use different machines based on the specific needs of the job. Regardless of which type you choose, an edger can significantly impact the success of your flooring project.

Planetary Sanders

Planetary sanders are specialized tools that are used to smooth and prepare hardwood flooring projects for finishing. These sanders have been around for some time, but newer designs have transformed the market. Planetary sanders use multiple heads with sandpaper to evenly sand the floor, resulting in a smooth, clean surface. Many companies have started to replace traditional buffers with planetary sanders because they are easier to use and offer superior performance. Many contractors have found that these sanders provide better results and are a valuable addition to their toolkit.

lagler trio


Pallmann Spider



Buffers are multifunctional machines that have many different uses in wood flooring projects. They can be utilized for a variety of applications such as final sanding passes for inter-coat abrasions, staining, cleaning, and more. Buffers have been a staple in wood flooring for years and are recognized for their versatility and usefulness throughout the project. In fact, buffers are frequently considered one of the most important tools in wood flooring due to their numerous applications and usefulness at various stages of the project.


Nailers are a vital tool for any hardwood flooring installation project. Rustic Wood Floor Supply offers a wide range of wood flooring nailers, each designed for specific applications. To make the nailing process less physically demanding, we recommend purchasing a nailer with rollers. Quality nail guns are built to last for many years with proper maintenance, but if something does break, it can usually be easily repaired. No matter your specific needs, Rustic Wood Floor Supply has a nailer that is right for you.

Equipment FAQ’s

The glue is so easy to use – does that mean it is not sticky?2024-03-08T16:41:38+00:00

No, just because it is easier to spread does not mean it is less sticky. The beauty of a Silane based glue for flooring is that is moves with the wood and is extremely sticky without ruining the wood flooring if it touches it.

Can these Silane glues work with hardwood, engineered and LVP floors?2024-03-08T16:42:35+00:00

Yes, the Silane glues we sell work for all the products that we sell.

What width does Silane based glues allow you to glue down?2024-03-08T16:42:21+00:00

Different glues allow for different widths. It is recommended to check the label and buy accordingly. Each of our glues has the width rating listed on their respective pages. Some of the glues allow unlimited width.

How do you clean Silane based glues?2024-03-08T16:42:06+00:00

It is recommended to clean the glue droppings/mess up within 45 min as it is not skinned over yeat and has yet to bond to anything. The easiest way to do this is with a damp cloth.

What is Saline Glue?2024-03-08T16:41:55+00:00

Silane glue is a very popular hardwood flooring glue that is considered “new” generation of glues. These glues offer no need to mix, dry fast and have awesome elasticity. Typically these glues have a skin time of 4-60 min and a full cure time of 18-24 hours. We recommend Silane glues from pallmann and loba as they work well in our climate to allow movement without sheering the glue to board bond.

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