If you have hardwood
in your home, at some point, you'll need to take advantage of
hardwood floor refinishing to keep them looking and performing as
they should. This outstanding service takes the place of whole room
flooring replacement, removing decades of wear and damage, leaving
you with floors that look stunning all over again. We will tell you
more about the process today, so read along for the essential facts.
Wood floors are
durable, all-natural material, especially when starting with the
correct species. However, daily wear and unforeseen circumstances can
often lead to scratches, scuffs, water spots, and dents that create
an unsightly finish. The good news is that wood floor refinishing
works to alleviate them all, and here’s how.
First, the sanding
process will be used to remove all the damaged layers of wood, to
reveal a fresh new surface to which new sealant, stain, and texture
can be added. Hardwood floor refinishing is a step-by-step process,
so each addition will take time to complete, dry, and be ready for
the next step. Next, we'll assess your specific situation and
discuss, at length, the requirements necessary to bring your floors
back to their former glory.