Apartment - Upper West Side, NYC
This customer wanted the hardwood floor in their living room refinished. Over time, dirt and debris embedded in the wood floor caused the discoloration and dullness of shine seen in the photo.
This close-up photo shows a particularly damaged area of hardwood flooring. Soils embedded in the wood floor deteriorated the polyurethane over time and left the wood beneath susceptible to damage. Areas where tape were left to sit on the wood flooring are noticeable as well.
A reverse shot of the living area highlights the inconsistency in color and shine that the hardwood floors displayed. In some situations our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Specialists recommend sanding a floor - such was the case for this customer.
Our Sandless Finish Deep Sanding Method completely removes all damaged layers of wood to reveal the healthy floor beneath. This is achieved by sanding the hardwood floor in multiple passes with our specialized machinery. Our Specialists start with a rough sandpaper to deeply penetrate the hardwood floor. Subsequent passes are made with smoother and smoother grades of sandpaper until all damaged layers of wood are removed. Once the healthy wood is exposed and a smooth surface is achieved, our Specialists seal the floor and apply multiple layers of a high quality, commercial grade polyurethane to ensure maximum protection. The results can be seen in the photo.
This previously heavily-damaged area of hardwood flooring was no match for our Sandless Finish Deep Sanding Process. As you can see, all of the scratches and discoloration were completely removed!
The customer could not be happier with the results of our Sandless Finish Deep Sanding Process. And since we only use the highest quality products available to the industry, the hardwood floors will maintain their newly restored condition for many years to come!