Hardwood Floor Refinishing
If you have hardwood floors installed in your home, you want to keep them in their best condition at all times. However, after many years of use and wear, you will no doubt find that yours start to deteriorate. Rather than bright, sleek wooden flooring, you now are stuck with a dry, weak, and unsightly installation. But that doesn’t mean that you need to go looking for a completely new product. Instead, you could turn to our team for our outstanding hardwood floor refinishing services to rejuvenate your floors with a new lease of life. So, give us a call today and book your next restoration services to give your hardwood floors their charm back.
Why Refinish Your Hardwood Floors?
It is always in your best interests to refinish your hardwood floors and it might just be one of the best choices that you ever make in home improvement. You could potentially save yourself thousands of dollars by refinishing your existing floors, while still achieving the same great durability improvements and aesthetics that you would hope to find in a new fitting. In turn, this gives your floors greatly extended longevity, allowing the savings to be even greater in the long run.
If you care about the looks of your floors, refinishing just makes sense. Over time, your hardwood installation is going to pick up marks, scratches, and blemishes, as well as slowly fading to a dull, unhealthy tone. However, by sanding back at the surface and recoating it with a bright new lacquer, you can reverse every one of these negative effects immediately. And, as soon as the new stain and lacquer can dry, you can once again enjoy the finest looks from your wood flooring. All you need to do is let us know which product to coat your floors in and we’ll have it back to its best again in no time.
At the same time, by removing the weaker, fragmented surface of your wood floors, you can once again encourage the installation to be strong and durable. Any splintered material will be sanded down to a secure level, while the lacquer can deeply penetrate the surface and create a much more resistant layer. The combination of these two things ensures strength across your floors and will no doubt guarantee that no significant harm comes to them for many more years to come.
All in all, the number one reason why you should be refinishing your floors instead of getting a replacement is the savings. Refinishing is always more affordable than a new fitting and you will no doubt make good use of the many hundreds or even thousands of dollars that you save in choosing the service. But as the longevity of your flooring increases, those savings only get bigger and bigger. Now, you can put off a new installation for a much longer period of time and therefore, save yourself the maximum amount in the long term.