Wooden floor sanding options you can choose from
Restoring the timeless and sleek look of your wooden floor is a smart move for plenty of reasons. It’s easy to maintain clean and it’s a great option for allergy sufferers, as triggers, like pollen and dust mites, don’t stay long enough on it. Last but not least, solid wooden floors easily add value to your property, that’s for sure.
During the sanding process, light imperfections, stains, dirt accumulation and old sealants are successfully removed. Have a look at the following restoration floor sanding services that can be tailored to your exact type of wooden flooring by taking into consideration the material and its unique properties!
- Parquet floor sanding (hardwood floor sanding)- Sanding parquet floors requires attention to detail, the right equipment and using specific techniques, in order for the intricate floor pattern, made by the small wooden blocks, to look even and smooth as an end result.
- Sanding floorboards (pine and oak) - Whether you require help with sanding your oak floor or such, made from pinewood, the job will be done skillfully with virtually no-sawdust equipment, so dust doesn’t end up in the tiny gaps between the floorboards after the sanding process.
- Engineered wood floor sanding- Sanding engineered wood floorings may also pose a challenge to the avid DIY-er, due to the risk of damaging the top real wood veneer layer. So, if you lack the skills or don’t have the right equipment, leave the task to the trained floor sanding experts.