Hardwood floors are a popular choice in homes because they add beauty and value. And just like tile or carpet flooring, hardwood flooring can lose its luster and overtime due to spills, accidents and heavy traffic.
For scratched and severely damaged wood floors, professional refinishing can make them look like new. Traditional hardwood floor sanding and refinishing can send dust particles flying everywhere, catching in the air and in your air ducts, causing a clean up nightmare that can last for weeks. At Dalworth, we offer "dustless" refinishing. A powerful vacuum collects and traps dust and keeps it out of your air and off of your furniture. After your wood flooring has been thoroughly sanded, our technicians stain your floors and then cover them with a coat of polyurethane to provide a polished sheen on your floors. This treatment is appropriate for some engineered wood floors as well.
For wood floors that have dulled and have only minor scratches "Sandless" restoration may be an option. When deemed an option "Sandless" restoration can revitalize and renew the look of most wood floors. Watch the video below to see how Dalworth Technicians are trained to refinish your wood floors.
If your hard wood floors have build up from dirt and foot traffic with minimal scratches and damages you don't need to resurface them; a professional hardwood floor cleaning is all you need to restore them to their original luster. Our hardwood cleaning process begins with a thorough vacuuming and our technicians use a special wood floor cleaner to break through grime and build up. You may opt to have your floors recoated during the wood floor cleaning process. We offer hardwood floor recoating with having your floors resurfaced.
When it's time for new hardwood flooring, or if you're making the switch from carpet, rely on Dalworth to offer a variety of manufacturers such as Anderson and Mohawk. We follow the National Wood Floor Association guidelines and our technicians are trained by the NWFA and use top quality flooring and adhesives.
|Apply special wood floor cleaner|
|Clean with floor machine and absorbent pad|
|Polish the floor with polishing pad|
|Prepare floor to bond with new finish|
|Apply layer of polyurethane (Satin or high gloss finish)|
|Additional coats of polyurethane applied after appropriate curing times|
|Fully dried in 24 hours|
|Hand clean edges and baseboards|
|Post clean vacuum to remove any residual dust|
|Move furniture back into room|