This is very common question. The simple answer is maybe so, we'd need to see the floor and assess whether or not it is a candidate for refinishing.
Here are the basics:
The "sandability" of any wood floor is determined by it's existing wear layer thickness
Many prefinished floors have very thin wear layers, some of which can still be sanded, and some can't.
If a floor cannot be sanded anymore, it can usually be screened and re-caoted. This process will give the floor a boost of life, while increasing its lifespan. It takes professional experience to determine if the finish on your floor is of the type that a new coat will adhere to.
If a re-coat is attempted and the new finish doesn't adhere, you'll end up with much worse looking floors and a coat of finish that will just start peeling up.
So the bottom line is simple - if you'd like to know if anything can be done to your prefinished wood floors, Call Us! 254-938-3001
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