Hardwood Floor Sanding & Refinishing - Indianapolis, Indiana

Refinishing Hardwood Floors

Great Indoors Wood Floors has been refinishing wood floors in the Indianapolis are since 1994. We have refinished thousands of floors and have an excellent reputation for doing fine work in a timely manner, and being fair and equitable with our customers. We resolve any issues that may arise with customer satisfaction as our goal. Read our customer comments.

We work hard to make sure that your refinishing project goes smoothly and doesn’t disrupt your life any more than absolutely necessary. Using a 99% dust-free sanding method, we almost completely eliminate any residual dust after preparing your floor for refinishing. We generally use water-based finishes that dry quickly and are extremely durable. This allows you to begin using your room(s) again within a maximum of 24 hours after the application of the finish coat.

In choosing wood stain colors for your wood floor, we offer many swatches of “off-the-shelf” colors from Duraseal and Minwax. Additionally, we can create custom stain colors using clear bases or white bases for a wide range of hues. We are happy to work with you to choose a stain color that fits your taste.

A wood floor refinishing project in a residential home usually takes 2-3 days and proceeds as follows:

Day 1:

  • Perform any repairs that are needed to the wood floors
  • Sand the wood in preparation for the stain.
  • Choose the stain color (if a choice has not already been made or a custom color is requested).
  • Apply the wood stain. Let dry overnight.

Day 2:

  • Do a final inspection of the dried wood stain
  • Apply the final polyurethane finish

Occasionally these tasks will run over into a 3rd day depending on the square footage of the job, the necessary repairs to the existing floor, or the amount of time spent choosing stain colors.

sanding a hardwood floor in Indianapolis

Sanding a wood floor using our 99% dust-free system

Indianapolis wood floor refinishing company Great Indoors Wood Floors applying polyurethane to a wood floor

Applying polyurethane to a new sanded and stained wood floor