Hardwood Floor Refinishing
Hardwood floors have always been a very popular choice for both residential and commercial properties, and it’s easy to see why – they’re attractive, durable, and they never go out of style. Of course, despite their physical excellence, the fact is that they can become marked, blemished, and damaged after years and years of use. Wear and tear is expected with any kind of flooring material, but that doesn’t mean you should get rid of it. A hardwood floor refinishing process is a first class way of restoring your hardwood floor back to its former glory – and we’re the ideal team to take on the task. At Madison Hardwood Floor Refinishing, we have an extensive service record in this space, so we know exactly what’s required to get the job completed to the highest standard. To find out more about this process, just read on further below.
What is Hardwood Floor Refinishing?
You might have a loose idea of what a refinishing process is, but what exactly does it involve? In short, a hardwood floor refinishing is where our professional team members clean the floor, and then follow that up with sanding down the surface of the hardwood (using a mix of both mechanical and manual sanding techniques). After the sanding process is complete, we’ll then apply protective stains and treatments, ensuring that the floor has a protective coating that will make it last for as long as possible.
One of the major frustrations for any property owner with a hardwood floor is that it’ll begin to look damaged and blemished after years of use – this is, of course, the case with any kind of flooring material. However, you have a distinct advantage with a hardwood floor – a refinishing procedure can restore the visual excellence of the installation, and the process can typically be carried out more than once. To get back the timeless elegance and class of your installation, all you need to do is bring in our professional refinishing team.
Many people mistakenly believe that when their hardwood floor has lots of marks and blemishes, it’s done – it’s not in a salvageable condition anymore – but that’s rarely the case. The fact is, we’ve often restored severely damaged and decaying hardwood floors back into a more attractive condition. This could potentially save you thousands of dollars, as you might otherwise falsely believe that you need to replace the installation altogether. This is the most obvious cost-effective, value-packed approach to take.
Most people realize that genuine and even engineered hardwood floors are extremely popular, and that rings true for prospective property buyers too. These are aspirational features – things that people desperately want in their new property – so it’s hardly a surprise that they’re willing to pay a bit more to have them there. This is another reason you might want to consider a refinishing service – it could raise the valuation of your property and make it more salable.