WE DO HARDWOOD FLOOR REFINISHING IN SEATTLE
We Make Your Hardwood Floors Look New Again, At A Cost You Will Be Happy About
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WOOD FLOOR REFINISHING
HOW WE REFINISH HARDWOOD FLOORS IN SEATTLE AND SURROUNDING AREAS
Refinishing wood floors without all the dust is easy when we use our screening process. We can screen the hardwood floor down to bare wood. The phrase “screen and recoat” describes sprucing up an existing coat of polyurethane by putting a top coat of polyurethane on it after the floor has been screened. (This is sometimes referred to as “buff and coat” because the screen is often driven across the floor by a buffer).
But the inclusion of the word ‘screen’ is vital to get a new coat to adhere to the old one. We take screening a wood floor to a whole new level with our unique no-dust screening process.
When the floor has a lot of wear and damage, we need to remove all the old finish to bare wood. Once we get to the raw wood, we can stain the wood any color our clients wish or leave it natural looking, which is my favorite.
Once the color or natural process is complete, we can apply two or three coats of finish for a long-lasting beautiful hardwood floor.
When does it make sense to refinish wood floors?
Sanding and refinishing hardwood floors can remove surface scratches and dents, bringing them back to their original condition without sacrificing quality. To be refinished, the boards must be at least 1/4 inch thick above the tongue and groove. You can tell how much wood is still there by looking at the floor’s perimeter or the space around a heat register. Remember that every time you sand and refinish a hardwood floor, you reduce the floor’s height, so there’s a limit to how many times you can do it. Before sanding and refinishing, fixing any holes or other damage in the hardwood is essential.
What Do I Need To Do Before Scheduling Refinishing Services?
Estimating the cost to refinish your flooring begins with you doing some thinking. It is up to you to devise a plan for the flooring if you have any specific aesthetic goals in mind. You may want to have your flooring restored, but you’d really want it to retain the worn aspect that goes so well with your Victorian furniture in any light. If your hardwood floors look more at home in a dive bar than in your bedroom or living room, you may want to consider giving them a makeover. Before getting in touch with us, you should decide on the desired level of refinishing. We’re pleased to offer advice and an expert opinion, but we need your assistance in establishing a starting point for the appearance of your wood.
Have You Noticed That Your Floors Look Uninteresting?
Wood flooring can become dulled rapidly if children or pets are in the house or if people don’t take their shoes off at the door. Everything mentioned above can cause your hardwood floors to lose their luster and beauty because they track in dirt and grime that scratches the finish and the wood itself.
If the wood’s finish is just worn down, refinishing it is a simple task. You may get that luster back without the sanding and dust by using our dustless wood floor screening process that comes with our hardwood floor refinishing service.
Before starting any wood floor refinishing project, you should talk with a wood floor expert and ask, Should I Refinish or Replace My Hardwood Floor?
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