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What is Hardwood Floor Refinishing?
Refinishing means sanding your floors down to bare wood, re-staining (with the color of your choice) and applying polyurethane. If you prefer oil-based polyurethane, we will apply 2 coats and lightly sand between coats. With water-based poly, 3 coats are used with light sanding between coats 1 and 2 and scuffing between coats 2 and 3. We always “tack” (clean the dust) before adding each coat of paint. This is the more popular method since it provides a finish that’s closer to perfection and only takes 2-4 days. With our low prices, our hardwood floor refinishing services are our most affordable.
What is Hardwood Floor Resurfacing?

Resurfacing is our signature service that gently sands away light scratches, scuffs, ground-in dirt, and dullness. It does NOT affect the color of the wood (other than brightening) and does NOT extensively sand away precious wood surfaces. This process can be used on any type of wood and is also our most cost-effective service. It starts at only 99¢ per square foot. Most projects can be completed in hours, rather than days.

I Have a Few Really Deep Scratches, Do I Need Resurfacing or Refinishing?
It’s important to understand that hardwood resurfacing is a service best used on hardwood that has only moderate scratches or wear and tear. Because we don’t use sanding in the process, we won’t be able to eliminate deep scratches with resurfacing. However, refinishing does involve sanding and the method is better suited to remove scuffs that are deep in your hardwood floors. If you have pets or children, then removing ALL scratches may very well be a temporary thing. Call us today to discuss the severity of your damaged hardwood floors, and we’d be happy to consult you on which service would be best! 
Can You Fix Warping?
Our refinishing service can actually correct some warping. You can see examples of this in our before and after gallery. If your floorboards are warped and in need of repair, please call us today to discuss your project needs.
I Have Pet Stains On My Hardwood Floors, Can You Fix It?
Cleaning pet accidents when they are fresh is the key to maintaining your hardwood floors. If cleaning with the steps outlined in the next section doesn’t fix the problem area, then the urine has probably soaked into your flooring and more serious hardwood floor restoration work will be required. We are confident in our ability to conquer most pet stains, but contact us to determine the severity of your stain.
What Do I Use To Clean Deep Stains On My Hardwood Floors?
White vinegar and water (1 part vinegar to 4 parts water). Prepare a spray bottle for little, everyday accidents and a bucket for the bigger stains. Scrub stains thoroughly. Once you’re sure the surface is clean, make sure to completely dry it before moving on. Beware of ammonia in cleaners; pet urine actually contains ammonia, and if your pet smells the ammonia where they last had an accident, they are more likely to want to relieve themselves in that same spot next time.
Is Your Process Really Dust Free?
This process creates very little dust; equipment mounted vacuums eliminate most of the dust. What remains is a very light coating of dust on the floor. No airborne dust is generated, none. The remaining dust on the floor is vacuumed up, then the surface is cleaned with tack rags.
Is Your Process Odorless?
For resurfacing, we use only waterborne products that are “Greenguard” certified. The only smell is a very light, pleasant aroma.
How Much Does it Cost to Refinish or Resurface a Hardwood Floor?
The full cost depends highly on the scale and size of the job. However, most resurfacing jobs start at just $0.99 per sq/ft. To find out the cost of your specific job, just give us a call for a free price estimate.