If the area where your floors are being refinished need to be used (such as a kitchen or bathroom), plan for them to be off-limits. This could mean staying with friends or family or getting a hotel for the night.
To begin refinishing hardwood, our team will see what kind of finish you have. The same finish needs to be applied after sanding. This prevents damages and bad chemical reactions on your flooring. Depending on how worn the finish is and what type it is, the right sanding grain will be chosen.
The entire hardwood finish needs to be worn away to expose the face of the floor itself. After all of the old finish is worn off, our experts will apply a fresh layer. You can choose from a variety of finishes, from high gloss to flat matte. This makes matching your interior easy.
After the new finish is applied, stay out of the room. Any dust or movement across your newly finished wood floors can ruin the smooth surface. Dust can create ugly bubbles that need to be sanded down and refinished to go away. The chemical smell can also be strong, so the rest of your home should remain well ventilated and the work site should be left alone until the finish has dried completely.