Have hardwood floors that have lost their luster over the years? Perhaps you’ve either bought a new home and you’re not happy with the color, or you decided it’s just time for a change. Whatever your reasons may be, if you don’t want to replace your wood floors, we now offer sand and finish! You can bring new life to your beautiful hardwood floors! If you want to go from light to dark stain or dark to light, either way you can have the wood floors of your dreams. Think that you’re stuck with your pre-finished or engineered wood flooring? You don’t have to replace your whole floor, we can refinish those as well (engineered can typically be sanded and refinished up to 2 times). Our wood flooring expert has over a decade of experience, he will gladly come to your home to do a FREE measurement and quote as well as answer any questions you may have about what the process will be. Call or come in to set up a time for him to come for your free estimate.
Here is some information about the process of sanding and refinishing hardwood flooring along with some examples of past work.
Dust Containment System is very important in making the process of refinishing your hardwood floors a pleasant experience rather than a nightmare that will make you regret your decision. We will plastic off the rooms that are not being worked on as well as using a machine that keeps the air clear and all the dust from the sanding process contained; which also helps for quicker clean-up.
Hardwood flooring typically consists of several layers of coating to ensure that the color lasts for a very long time. However, overtime wood flooring can become dull, scuffed, and scratched where it really shows its age (and not in a good way). We begin by sanding the existing floor down to the bare wood so that new stain and coatings can be applied. After a new stain with sealer is hand finished, it will then receive 2 coats of polyurethane as a wear/ protective layer. With all of this, you may be wondering how long to expect this whole process to take. As a general guideline, it can take around 3-4 days to refinish a typical 1,000 Square Feet home.
This is some custom wood work design with two finishes; featuring stains of dark walnut and red oak.
Custom inlay with multiple finishes and a gorgeously completed refinished red mahogany stain.
Here is a before and after comparison of #2 common Red Oak.
Stained and Last Coat of Poly (wet)
You can really tell the difference between the before and after the final coat of poly!
Refinishing this reclaimed heartwood really brought it back to life.
Contact Scott Manning 252-916-2775
109 W Firetower Road Winterville, NC 28590