Are your home’s hardwood floors hidden by years of wear and tear? Bring them back to their originally glory with hardwood floor refinishing. In some cases, refinishing your floors is a better option than new hardwood flooring installation. If you’re unsure which option is best for your particular situation, schedule a consultation with a professional hardwood flooring specialist. If he or she recommends refinishing your floors, there are several aspects of the process you should understand. Acting on this knowledge will guarantee a successful hardwood floor refinishing experience.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing Is the Final Task
Are you planning for hardwood floor refinishing as part of a larger home remodeling project? If so, it’s a good idea to wait until the other work is completed. Doing this ensures that your floors will not be accidentally damaged during the process.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing Is Dusty
Hardwood floor refinishing takes several days to complete and the room will need to be entirely empty. It’s also a good idea to cover items in other rooms to protect them from the resulting dust. Placing rugs at room entrances is, however, recommended.
Rainy Weather Is the Wrong Time
While every homeowner appreciates a certain degree of speed during hardwood floor refinishing, it’s actually best to place the project on hold when it’s raining. In fact, a high level of humidity is a reason to pause as well. Once the original wood finish as been removed, your floors will be susceptible to damage from moisture. Humid weather can also cause the finish to take longer to dry.
Ready to Schedule Hardwood Floor Refinishing?
Are you ready to schedule hardwood floor refinishing for your home? Contact Ken’s Custom Floors for the professional assistance you need and deserve. Visit our website for more information about our company or to request a free in-home estimate. You can also call (360) 775–2134 to schedule an appointment today.
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