Wood Floor Refinishing
Sanding, Staining, Refinishing
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Hardwood Sanding & Refinishing
Most intensive option
Engineered and Solid Hardwood Floor Refinishing with full sanding and removal of finish. This is a classic way of refinishing which gives an option to stain the floor into a different or the same colour. Also known as dustless hardwood refinishing.
Sandless Hardwood Refinishing
Medium intensive option
Sandless hardwood refinishing minimizes the amount of dust and decreases the loss of the top layer of hardwood. This is faster and less expensive option, but it is not recommended for fairly damaged floors. It is also knows as hardwood buffing and polishing.
Wood Floor Cleaning & Hardwood Recoating
Less intensive option
Hardwood recoating is the lightest and fastest option for wood floor resurfacing without any loss of the top layer of hardwood. As there is no sanding involved, there is no dust. Recoating works well for slightly worn and dull surfaces. Environmentally Friendly.
Engineered & Solid Hardwood Floor Refinishing
99% Dustless Hardwood Floor Refinishing is the best way to get your old and damaged wood floors renewed. Floor refinishing can remove a number of the most common physical damages, such as: deep scratches, chips and dents, stains and worn out floor areas. Hardwood Refinishing can be performed on solid, engineered and parquet flooring. We work with water based finishes and stains that have no odor and dry significantly faster. Oil based finishes are also available.
Pros and Cons of Hardwood Sanding & Finishing. First of all, it is the most intensive method that will help you get rid of most of the dents, scratches and other damages by removing some portion of the top layer of your wood floors. Also hardwood Sanding opens up the wood so it can be stained in a different colour – the selection of stains is really wide. The main disadvantage of hardwood refinishing is that every time it removes about 0.5 – 1.5 mm of the floor top layer. It means that it can be done only a certain number of times which is indicated by the hardwood specifications.
Sandless Wood Floor Refinishing (Buffing & Polishing)
Sandless Hardwood Refinishing works very well for wood flooring that is in a quite good shape, but needs a little touch of refreshment. Sandless refinishing involves scuffing the floor lightly with a sanding machine (floor buffing) and applying an etching chemical to the surface. After that minor damages of the hardwood floor are repaired prior to applying a new top coat of finish. Refinishing without sanding also know as hardwood buffing or hardwood polishing.
Pros and cons of Sandless refinishing. This refinishing technology is considered to be medium intensive. It is much faster and less expensive than traditional wood refinishing with sanding. It does not take off that much of the top layer of hardwood, but no method is 100% dustless, and you’ll still find a small amount of dust settling in your home. Refinishing hardwood floors without sanding will not remove deep scratches and dents and does not provide an option for staining the floor.
Wood Floor Refinishing & Restoration Via Deep Cleaning & Recoat
This is a safe and environmentally responsible way of removing all surface accumulations from an old wood floor without any aggressive sanding or loss of any wood layer.
Pros and Cons. With Hardwood recoating you can get the same great results as from traditional refinishing or buffing without any loss of wood itself. You also have the same finishing options as you have for sanded floors including matte, satin, gloss and other finishes. And it is all with absolutely no dust. There is one restriction only – Hardwood Recoating and Cleaning works well for wood floors in a fairly good shape (with no to a minimum number of spots with physical damages). It will eliminate dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that can weaken wood flooring and eventually lead to costly repairs or deep sanding and refinishing in the future. Many hardwood floor owners prefer to use hardwood recoating (wood floor cleaning) services every few years to extend the life of their floor protective coat and avoid a potential refinishing job. Most hardwood floors can be refinished a few times, but there is always a limit. Recoating hardwood floors is an excellent technique of preventative maintenance and can save you money over the lifetime of your floors.
Recoating of hardwood floors does not remove deep scratches and dents and does not allow staining or changing the colour of the floors.
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