Hardwood floor refinishing is a vital service that all homeowners make use of if they have hardwood flooring
in place. At some point, decades after installation, you’re sure to see some forms of wear showing through. This is when the service becomes necessary.
The refinishing process strips away any abuse or wear that is visible and reveals a brand-new layer of wood to work with. Many homeowners even take this opportunity to change stain color and final finish options to match a new décor or to create a different visual. Let’s find out more about the process that will make your floors look like new again.
You’ll know it’s time to refinish your floors when wear and tear are visible when there’s been some type of damage that’s happened to your hardwood, or if you’re looking for something a little different than what you currently have in place. No matter what your reason for the project, sanding floors is always a part of the procedure. We’ll discuss all your sanding options and the many ways you can help make it a safe and straight forward process.
Once the sanding is finished, we can proceed to the staining stage. At this time, you can opt for the same appearance you had before the service started, or you can choose a brand new color. Some homeowners change their finish type as well.