Why choose hardwood refinishing when you could buff and coat instead? Because a good refinish is far more thorough, with extended benefits, you can use.
When you remodel your home, this service could be the one that yields the best results. Here are some facts that will help answer the "Why refinish" question
Here are a few facts to start
The buff and coat process is also known as screen and recoat, which only deals with the floor's finish. This service removes the top layer of polyurethane so another layer can go on top.
Buffing and coating are enough for some homeowners for light scratches, wear, and staining services. But others need a more thorough approach for impressive results.
Refinishing is a bit different
To refinish, all the finish and some of the wood flooring get sanded away. This ensures that even deep scratches, gouges, and wear vanish forever.
Once sanded, a fresh, new stain color goes on top, giving you a choice to change the original color. Some homeowners prefer a change to match a new decor, furnishings, or current trend.
The final step
After hardwood floor sanding, finishing is the last step, giving you the visual you want and need. Your floors will look like new, and the surface will last decades more before it needs repeating.
If you have further questions about the process, visit us. Our associates will be standing by to answer them all.
Our showroom offers excellent products and services
Above All Hardwood Flooring & Carpet is a great place to find your hardwood and services. We cater to your specific needs with years of training and experience behind us.
When you're ready to speak with an associate about refinishing, visit our showroom in Prior Lake, MN, any time you're in the area. We look forward to serving you as we've helped:
- Eden Prairie
- and Apple Valley