Having a hard time getting your wood floors completely clean? Or do your wood floors need some serious TLC, but completely sanding & refinishing is not part of your game plan? Then you should consider having your floors professionally cleaned, or take it a step further and re-coat them!
What does this involve?
Cleaning - There are different methods to cleaning a wood floor. Our method involves using buffers, wood floor cleaner, and a lot of elbow grease (depending on how dirty the floor is). Once clean, a final buffer pass is run to give it some shine.
Screening - Once cleaned, the floor is screened, which is essentially a very light sanding known as "abrading". The light film of dust is then vacuumed and cleaned off with cheese-cloth.
Re-coating - This is where new polyurethane finish is applied to the floor. This is the tricky part that is best left to the pros - it must be determined what type of finish is presently on the floor before proceeding. Not all finishes are compatible, and the correct type if finish must be used in order to adhere to the existing floor finish.
What are benifits of professional wood floor cleaning?
Remove ground in dirt & grime that conventional cleaning cannot
Protect the finish, thus increasing its lifespan
Restore original luster
What are the benifits of re-coating my wood floors?
Added protection for your floors, thus increasing their lifespan
Make your floors look new again
Change the sheen - if your floors are too shiny for your liking, or not shiny enough, a different sheen can be applied.
Less costly than completely sanding & refinishing
Keep in mind, while most wood floors are candidates for these procedures, some floors are too worn and must be completely sanded & refinished. Seek advice from your local expert about your wood floors!
If you have any questions for us, be sure to comment at the bottom of this page.