Hardwood Floor Refinishing Service
Serving the Raleigh, Apex, Cary & Wake Forest, NC Areas
If you’ve noticed that your solid hardwood flooring is becoming worn, you may want to sand and refinish the flooring. Not only does this make your hardwood floors look brand new, but this will replace the protective coating on your flooring. If left unprotected, hardwood flooring can become permanently damaged.
Steps to Refinish Hardwood Floors
1. Cleaning & Degreasing
Hardwood flooring gets high usage on a daily basis. From spills, pets, and everyday traffic, gunk and other things build up on your hardwood floors.
Before the refinishing process begins, it is crucial that the floors are cleaned and degreased during the preparation phase.
Before your hardwood floors get a new coat of stain and finish applied, they need to be stripped of the previous protective coat and stained coloring.
Most solid hardwood floors can go through 6-8 sanding phases before they need to be replaced.
3. Staining or Painting
Now that your hardwood flooring has been properly prepped to be refinished, you can begin to stain the hardwood to your liking.
There are a tremendous amount of options for staining hardwood floors. Speak with one of our flooring experts today to discuss your color options for resurfacing hardwood floors.
4. Sealing with Protective Coating
Most hardwood products require a protective coating. This is extremely important for hardwood floors due to the amount of wear and tear on them.
Whether you’re looking for a shiny gloss finish or a subtle satin tone, our hardwood flooring resurfacing experts will be able to deliver the look and feel at an affordable price for you.