To restore your existing hardwood floors, giving them the luster
and beauty they once had, you can opt to have your hardwood
floors refinished. Sometimes this is called hardwood floor
resurfacing, or hardwood floor restoring. Whatever you call it, it
basically consists of completely sanding down the existing
hardwood floor, to the raw wood, removing layers of old exising
finish, debris, scratches, etc. This is done with a big floor sanding
machine. The edges of the floor are also sanded with a smaller
sanding machine called an edger. Then, the floor is buffed with
another large machine, designed to buff hardwood floors. At this
point, the floor is throughly vacuumed with a special vacuum.
Finally, as the last step finish is applied to the floor, usually 2 or 3
coats of the chosen finish.
Hardwood Floor Refinishing in progress. This large sander is
removing old finish, exposing natural raw wood.
Above: After the floor is completely sanded, professionally buffed
and then vacuumed, it's time to coat it with finish.
Above: Close-up picture of an old hardwood floor, in need of
Below: The SAME floor, after refinishing. What a difference!
Below are photographs taken before and after refinishing.
The finish is still wet in the pictures on the right.
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Hardwood Floor Refinishing
after floors have been refinished by The Hardwood Guys LLC.