Professional Hardwood Floor Sanding and Resanding in Suwanee, Georgia, and Atlanta metro area
Any homeowner who had his floors refinished by sanding knows how this process creates dust. Even properly vacuumed it can get in nooks and crannies and you end up finding wood dust months after this process is done. We use the best dust containment system on the market, the bona vacuums because we know how essential is to protect you and your family’s health. This system eliminates the dust from the start.
Refinishing your wood floors is a time consuming process: hardwood floor sanding, vacuuming, buffing, staining, all take time and need to be done correctly, but with our dust-free wood floor sanding system we can reduce this time.
Wood floor sanding is an important step in the refinishing process. It smoothens out the surface, removes nicks and scratches, removes the surface glaze from previous stains and evens out your floors. There are some steps we need to follow when it comes to sanding wood floors. But we always start with removing the bottom baseboards to save them from scuffs and use them for later reinstallation.
If pet stains are present you have to keep in mind that removing them is nearly impossible because they penetrate deep into the wood and can’t be sand out.
There is still a fix to the dark pet urine stains. We can remove the stained piece of hardwood and replace it. When sanding and refinishing is done in the whole room, it will blend in. This is not always possible or it is more expensive that you wish to pay for because it involves more material and labor. Another option would be choosing a dark stain color for your floors to cover the spots
With a classic sanding process, you have to make sure, before you start the flooring sanding process that you protected and covered everything, including air ducts and you removed the doors. In the sanding process that we use these steps are not necessary because the vacuum motor is connected to the sanding equipment, eliminating airborne dust generated by sanding.
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