Sanding and Refinishing
At Spire Wood Flooring, our main goal is to provide you with the highest quality wood flooring while limiting our dependence on natural resources. Meeting this goal doesn’t always mean a new wood floor. Quite often, sanding and finishing an old floor can bring back its original beauty while saving you a great deal of time and money.
Benefits of Sanding and Refinishing
One of the biggest benefits of wood flooring is that it can be sanded down and refinished several times over its lifetime. In contrast, most other flooring options need to be replaced every 5-10 years. By sanding and finishing you save the time of needing to have an entire new floor replaced and you save the extra money required to do so. Not to mention, you’ll end up keeping potential waste wood product out of our landfills (thumbs up!).
Another great benefit is that it gives you a chance to enrich the color of your wood floor or change to an entirely new color. For some, this may be an excellent opportunity to make interior design changes to your home that you’ve long been thinking to make.
All in all, sanding and refinishing your floors will give your home the fresh new look of beautiful warmth and character that your original floors once did!
With over 40 years of industry experience, we take pride in offering you the absolute best in flooring products and services. Whether it’s the product itself, the installation of a new floor or renewing an existing floor, it’s our passion to provide you with the best that money can buy.
Sanding and refinishing can be a very challenging job that requires the work of a professional with specific tools and machinery to get the job done properly. From the detailed preparation of the job, to the meticulous process of sanding and refinishing, we take careful measures to make sure we bring your “forever floor” back to its original beauty.
We also know how important your time is, so we’ll make sure to be in and out as quick as possible so you can get back in your home with as little inconvenience as possible.
If you are considering refinishing your hardwood floors, we can help! Contact us here.