When you have wood floors
in your home, you can rest assured that the hardwood floor refinishing process will be necessary at some point. It's a service that helps erase decades of wear and abuse to leave you with floors that look like new again, even if the surfaces have been previously refinished. We provide this information to give you an idea of what to expect and when to expect it, so read along to understand the service better.
After your wood floors are installed, you'll enjoy a few decades of absolutely stunning visuals, but daily wear does eventually take a toll. Scuffs, scratches, and water spots can all show up to create a well-lived appearance. The good news is that it's easier than you think to bring them back to a like-new appearance again.
The wood floor refinishing service will start with the sanding process, after which the new stain color and finish type can be applied. This is a great time to change both, if you prefer, for appearances that are just a bit different. It's a great way to feel as if you've installed brand new flooring when really, you've only just enhanced what was already in place.
You should note that a high gloss finish, which is quite common, can show the most results from daily wear. However, finishes such as distressed, vintage, and hand-scraped, to name a few, can help hide that wear and possibly give you more time between refinishing. If you'd like to discuss your requirements further, visit us to speak with a flooring professional today.