Rx for Wood Floors: Just What the Doctor Ordered
You love your hardwood floors dearly. But you’re confused about how to keep them looking beautiful and rejuvenated. Many home restoration professionals and floor cleaners utilize a violent sanding process to refinish flooring. But sanding has distinct drawbacks:
- The colour of your flooring can be altered by the sanding process.
- Sanding produces debris clouds, nice dust and particulate matter, which can linger in your home or apartment for days afterwards.
- Sanding creates a mess and can be significantly expensive.
An alternative to the traditional sanding approach
RX for Wood Floors is an award winning, groundbreaking product that may revive your hardwood floors through a patented urethane procedure. Here are a few benefits of this process:
- No sanding needed!
- Flooring garnished with zero mess or odor.
- Costs half as much as conventional sand finishing.
Whether your flooring are scuffed, scratched, gouged, or dulled down by years of use, the RX for Wood Floors procedure can vanquish contaminants, restore the surface and complete, and save you time and money. Here is a breakdown of the 3 steps involved. (The professionals in Ham Floor Sanding can carry out this refinishing process for you in just 1 day).
1. “Virtual sanding”
During the first stage, technicians remove the old end to prep the new coat using a specialformula that places the floor without actually”sanding it.”
2. Repairs and touch-up
Before repairing the floors, technicians will recognize and fix damage to the flooring, such as scuff marks, scratches (from pets or furniture legs), gouges (commonly found in heavy traffic areas), and other unsightly marks.
3. Apply the finish
A specialized catalyzed wood finishing process leaves your floors looking attractive, beautiful, and clear — for a long time to come.
If you’re interested in learning more about the RX for Wood Floors process, connect with the professionals in Ham Floor Sanding to get a free quote. We are a family-owned company; we have served the Ham Area Peninsula for years. Contact our offices to Learn More in 020 3151 1145, or research videos and resources in http://www.hamfloorsanding.org.uk.