Refinishing hardwood floors can enhance their natural beauty and increase the value of a home. Over time, floors can become dull and worn, but refinishing can bring them back to life; whether restoring old floors or giving a home a new look, professional refinishing services can accommodate whatever needs. With the latest techniques, equipment, eco-friendly finishes, and expert knowledge, homeowners can achieve a clean and dust-free floor.
However, there may be better solutions than refinishing for all floors. It’s essential to consider whether floors need to be repaired and recoated instead. Improper refinishing can damage the floors and sand away the beautiful grain patterns developed over the years. Hiring experts to evaluate the floor’s needs ensures the wood’s beauty remains intact. Some hardwood floors today are not solid wood, so it’s essential to check whether they are laminated or engineered floors that can withstand sanding.
Refinishing hardwood floors can create a lot of dust, which can trigger allergies and make a home dusty. Fortunately, refinishing experts can help minimize the dust created during the process. By using the latest equipment and techniques, they can keep a home as close to dust-free as possible. At 12th & Oak Floor Co., team members use Dust Collection Units equipped with HEPA filters that collect and seal 99.7% of the dust created during the sanding process.
Refinishing hardwood floors is an excellent investment that can rejuvenate a home’s appearance and increase its value. However, hiring professionals who can evaluate the floors’ needs and ensure the refinishing process is done correctly is essential. With the proper techniques, equipment, and eco-friendly finishes, homeowners can achieve a beautiful, long-lasting floor that enhances their home’s overall aesthetics. Additionally, homeowners can minimize any negative impacts on their indoor air quality and health by working with experts who prioritize keeping a home clean and dust-free.
At 12th & Oak Floor Co., staying ahead of the curve in the hardwood flooring industry is a top priority. All employees attend yearly training schools to stay up-to-date with the latest techniques, philosophies, and trends in the field.
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