If your hardwood ﬂoors have light surface blemishes and scratches, our screen and recoat service may be the best option for ﬂoors; especially if your ﬂoors have lost their sheen and are no longer appealing like they once were. Our screen and recoat process is for light, surface-level scratches on your hardwood ﬂoors where the layer of is wearing down. Our screen and recoat service does not however remove scratches that have gone down into the wood.
We call this our sandless reﬁnishing service where ﬂoor sanding is not necessary. The recoating process provides 2 additional protective layers using a commercial-grade polyurethane. This can last anywhere from 3 to 5 years depending on lifestyle and floor traffic. The extra wear layers also makes the floor look better with a heavenly sheen. Our reﬁnishers come in satin, semi-gloss and high gloss. If you are unsure how deep the scratches on your ﬂoors are, give us a call. We would be happy to come out and assess your ﬂoors and provide you with options for making your ﬂoors look great again.
COLOR CORRECTION TECHNIQUE BEFORE RECOATING
What is the difference between...
Screening & Recoating
We get this question a lot from our customers! We are a maintenance company we maintain hardwood floors. We have created a video to help explain this in more detail.
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