Refinishing your floors in the process of stripping the talk layer of your flooring, buffing it, and adding a new layer that makes them look refined revitalized. Refinishing your existing flooring is a great way to save money as well as prolong the lifespan of your current floors, and without the hassle of removing them entirely to make way for new flooring. Refinishing your floors optimizes your existing floors to the highest potential while also maintaining your budget simultaneously.
Removing Old Flooring
Removing old flooring doesn't necessarily mean removing all of your old floorings. Instead, it could mean removing the damaged or faulty parts of your flooring and replacing them with new flooring materials that are then blended into the rest of your existing floors. For example, if you have hardwood floors with a few floorboards that are either rotting, cracked, or damaged, it is much easier to remove the faulty boards and replace them with new ones instead of removing all of the floorings entirely. The same process can be done with the other flooring solutions, such as ripped carpet, or broken tiles.
New Flooring Installation
A new flooring installation could refer to adding flooring to other parts of your home for them to blend in with your existing flooring. For example, if you have carpet in your family room, which is adjacent to your kitchen that has hardwood flooring, you may want to consider extending the hardwood into the living room. The ultimate goal is to make sure that the new flooring matches the existing flooring. This can be done with detailed buffing and appropriate staining. We will also have to remove any barriers or room dividers and the floors the demark where one floor type starts and finishes, such as a ledge or step.
Refinishing Existing Floors
Refinishing existing floors is done by removing the topcoat, or finish, buffing all of the floorings so that it is even surface, and later adding a new finish and stain, to give the flooring a revitalized a stunning appearance. Since hardwood can be pricey, to begin with, refinishing the existing hardwood floors proves to be more budget-friendly with equal long-term aesthetics as installing brand-new hardwood floors. Refinishing your existing floors can also refer to removing one flooring material and replacing it with another. Often, when the carpet is pulled from the surface it leaves behind hard concrete. This is a great base material for those that want to consider another type of flooring on top of the concrete, such as hardwood or vinyl.
Refinishing your existing floors can also tackle some minor repairs, such as replacing floorboards and tiles that have been broken or damaged over many years of use. We can help fix minor flooring repairs so that you don’t have to worry about replacing your floors as a whole. Flooring repairs are much more affordable and can easily rid your floors of any such damages or the appearance of damages.