First determine your total square footage that you want to be refinished. You can also set an appointment with our office to have us do a site visit to take proper measurements and provide a job consultation. At that time we can view the condition of your wood flooring, what type of species, solid or engineered, or are there any planks in bad condition. At that time, we can answer all of your questions. After viewing we will take your email address and send you a formal proposal to reference by.
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Sanding the wood flooring down the bare wood, taking off all surface scratches and existing color. We do a normal sand with 3 different grits of sand paper basically a rough, mid grade then fine grade in between mid & fine grade we then fill floors for cracks, small voids in floors, nail holes then finishing out with a flooring buffer that will eliminate any sand marks thus prep the wood flooring for a stain. We show wood stain samples on your flooring for you to select the color choice that is rite for you, (that way you get a true replication in color.) We then proceed with 1 coat of stain that you select which are penetrating wood floor stains. We then add 2 coats of oil base polyurethane or 2 coats of water base polyurethane and then finish up by installing all shoe molding and transition strips as needed.
Sandless Floor Refinishing (same as Re-coating and Screening). Are you happy overall with your current hardwood floors, but feel that they just don’t look as bright as they did, and regular mopping doesn’t seem to do the trick? We can definitely help! Sandless hardwood floor refinishing, also known as re-coating, is a method of removing the top layer of the dull finish and reapplying a new finish, so your floors get their fresh look back. Moreover, if regularly done, re-coating can actually increase your floors durability and longevity, which is good for your wallet!
*Oil based Polyurethane: is is the most common finish but because its a 45 year old technology it does have some cons. 1. Strong odor. 2. Extended drying time. 3. Turns yellow or amber tone.
Water based Polyurethanes: are fairly 20-25 years to the wood floor industry. This is a very strong finish, the basic finish is just a 1 component system but for stronger resistance for wear you can use the 2 component which by doing so adds a hardener and a better bonding agent. We highly recommend water based polyurethanes as there is very little of gassing and give a modern finish look as well is more scratch resistant, slip resistant. Additional coat works great when you have small to mid size pets. Both finishes still are susceptible to scratches but water based is way stronger. There is no polyurethanes on the market today that is rock hard but water based is the leader in finishes. Finishes by BONA, PALL.
We are a local, insured, & experienced wood flooring contractor that truly values old school craftsmanship, integrity, accountability, and the quality of work. We only use professional equipment and eco-friendly quality stains & finishes. There is no middle man between us and our clients – so you can expect 100% Contractor Direct Rates. With over 20 years in the business, we are a perfect fit for your refinishing project.
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