Maintenance Coating for Hardwood Floors
If your wood floors are in reasonably good condition, with only light wear and surface scratches, we can deep-clean the hardwood, then lightly sand the surface of the polyurethane (to roughen it up for adhesion) and recoat your floor with a new topcoat of water-based polyurethane. This will make your floor look like new and avoid the major project of sanding your floors down to raw wood, and then re-staining and re-coating your floors. Less expense, less time. Great results!
Many Realtors agree that this is a great way to freshen up your floors when getting ready to sell your house. You can show prospective buyers that the hardwood floors are all newly refinished.
Call us to inspect your hardwood floors and see if they are in good enough condition to be maintenance coated rather than a complete hardwood floor refinishing job.