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Resurfacing Wood Flooring

Description

  • Sanding new and old wood flooring.
  • Stain and finish wood flooring.
  • Custom color trends and stain in wood flooring.

WOOD SPECIES

As a flooring material, wood is superior to vinyl or carpet, both practically. A solid wood floor is more than a covering: it adds strength and stability to the floor system. A one-inch thickness of wood has the same insulating value as 15 inches of concrete. Wood is durable and long-lasting–occasional sanding and refinishing essentially results in a brand-new floor. Wood floors don’t retain mildew or absorb dust.

ORIGIN

Easy Available
  • Brazilian cherry (jatoba)
  • Hard maple
  • Red oak
  • Southern yellow pine
Readily Available
  • Ash
  • Australian cypress
  • Bamboo
  • Beech
Moderately Available
  • Brazilian maple
  • Brazilian teak (cumaru)
  • Iroko
  • Jarrah
Limited Available
  • Brazilian maple
  • Brazilian teak (cumaru)
  • Iroko
  • Jarrah

Before Sanding & Installation

REMOVE ALL YOUR FURNITURE FROM HARDWOOD FLOORS

  • We can reset your heavy furniture at an additional cost.  
  • Be careful when resetting your furniture, you can scratch your refinished floors.  
  • Place quality felt pads underneath your wooden or metal furniture legs to diminish friction and to avoid scratching your floors

DURING SERVICE

  • We recommend and suggest you vacate the home during the time and dates of service. 
  • Yes, we kick you out of your own home. Consider planning ahead for your accommodation. 
  • You’re able to walk onto the refinished hardwood floors, following the completion date of service.
  • Keep area rugs and carpet away from your new refinished floors, for at least 30 days.

Stages Of Sanding

Drum/Bell Sander
Sanding-Edger
Old/Sanded Floor
Scrapper for all corners

STAINING I COATING I REFINISHING STAGE

Staining the floor is only necessary if you want to change the floor color.

Sealer I Oil I Water Applications

Final Coat