Hardwood Floor Refinishing San Diego
All types served including Oak, Maple, Cherry, Teak, Pine, White, Exotic woods, Hardwood, Laminate and Veneer Wood.
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Professional Hardwood Floor Restoration Services
1.) Cleaning 2.) Buffing 3.) Refinishing 4.) Stripping
Professional and Powerful Cleaning
When sweeping and mopping stops leaving your wood flooring beautifully clean, your hardwood needs professional cleaning equipment and know-how. The picture above is worth a thousand words. The ground-in soil is evident and even changed the color of the wood. Dull, gray tones in wood floors can indicate years of soil accumulation. Our cleaning method utilizes both dedicated wood specific equipment (beware poor quality clip-on attachments to carpet cleaning wands) and our own proprietary cleaning solution for an attractive, clean wood floor.
Buffing Erases Light Surface Marks
Hardwood buffing is similar to auto buffing in that a special buff pad and liquid solution are used to “buff out” unsightly marks from newly-cleaned hardwood flooring. Our hardwood technicians use mildly abrasive pads on their buffing machines to thoroughly and evenly remove the surface of the previous finish. Light scratches, chair scuffs and other marks made to the previous wood finish are buffed out with this technique. The only alternative to cleaning and buffing is sanding, which is considerably more costly and time consuming.
Refinishing Protects and Beautifys
A professional finish application makes wood floors look gorgeous again, in addition to making them more durable. Our finish product is not the damaging, streaky and sticky stuff that non-professionals use. More than just restoring that beautiful wood luster, a quality finish is the best thing you can do for your floors. With a proper and current finish, floors will stay shiny and protected. Our Hardwood Floor Refinishing San Diego process is also dust-free, odor-free, solvent-free, environmentally-friendly and it’s safe for kids and pets!
Stripping Removes Old Coatings
Wood floors only need stripping before refinishing if improper coatings were used. Kim H. writes, “Our hardwood floors had looked horrible for a couple years after using a cleaning product that left a hazy film. We must’ve worked on those floors a hundred times trying to get that film off and barely put a dent in it. We thought the floors were ruined or would have to be sanded and refinished but saw mention of hardwood floor cleaning on Tony’s website while looking into grout cleaning. Now our floors look brand new again, the film is gone and they are shiny beautiful.”
7 Tips to Keep Your Newly Refinished Wood Floor Looking Great
Keep it clean. Many people don’t realize that regular house soil is abrasive and is the cause of many wood floor scratches. That being so, it is imperative to remove house soil regularly. Use a broom or a non-beater bar head vacuum once a day. (Use only brush or “felt” heads so they don’t cause damage.) Vacuum wheels should also be inspected for soil or parts that may scratch your new finish.
Keep it dry.When water spills on your wood floor, wipe immediately with soft terry towels. When you clean, skip the water and liquids. No wet-mopping, no damp mopping. Water wears down and softens wood and harms the integrity of wood finishes. Dry mop with a dry Swiffer after your daily sweeping or vacuuming. And please, no machines of any kind.
Update your House Rules! Wiping shoes on floor mats (strategically placed at every entrance and room entry) are a must. Better yet, make a new “kick off your heels” rule! (Seriously, no heels on wood, folks!) Some place fun sayings at their doors such as, “Leave your worries & your shoes at the door” or “We will think you sweet if you remove the shoes from off your feet”. Pinterest has more “no shoes, please”ideas right here!
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