Hardwood Floor Refinishing
We provide our customers with our exceptional and professional hardwood floor refinishing service. This service is needed when:
- Your wood floor is scratched.
- Your hardwood floors are dented.
- The color of your floors has changed.
- About every 6-10 years, depending on wear and tear.
Hardwood refinishing is when we remove the polyurethane from your floors and then sand off about a credit card’s worth of your wood. This makes the floor smooth and brings the wood back to “like new” condition.
Don’t forget to ask us about Dustless Sanding. We make staying in place, while we refinish your hardwood floors, easy.
Hardwood floor refinishing is how you can keep your floor looking good over the years. Right here in Charleston we have many properties that have gorgeous wood flooring that has lasted well over 100 years. Two examples, South of Broad, are the Edmondston-Alston House, and the Heyward-Washington House with it’s original long-leaf pine floors.
Refinishing your hardwood floors can make them look as good as new and it will cost a fraction of a new hardwood floor installation. You can change your stain, and select a sheen with the finish of your choice. (Don’t worry. We will walk you through the options.) Making your floors look brand new, without the "new" price tag.
Remove Buckling, Cupping, and Splinters
To get the longest life out of your hardwood floors, you need to maintain it. Over time humidity can cause floors to buckle and cup. Meaning the edges of each plank curl up or under. Your floor will start to feel like it is no longer smooth. Gaps between planks can start to be felt. Time also causes wood floors to split and splinter. Splinters in your sock are annoying, splinters in your foot hurt.
Buckling, cupping, splintering are signs that your finish and floor are being destroyed. When you see this, it is time for hardwood floor refinishing.
Make Your Hardwood Floor Look New Again
Refinishing your hardwood floor removes scratches, dents, makes your floor feel smooth, and removes any gritty feeling from the surface. You can change the color and the sheen, making your floors look like they did when they were first installed.
Increase Property Value
When your hardwood floor has been scratched, worn, and damaged, it has an effect on your property’s aesthetics. Your hardwood floor is beautiful and very stylish, but only if it is in good condition. Hardwood floor refinishing will greatly improve your aesthetic. This will make your home more attractive to potential buyers, increasing property value. The National Association of Realtors says that 54% of home buyers will pay more for finished hardwood floors.
Keep Pests Away
Crevices and craters welcome pests and termites. Don't create a home for them. It's a can of worms you don't want to open!