Apartment - Chelsea, NYC
This customer wanted the parquet floors in their main living area refinished. Years of dirt and debris worked their way into this hardwood floor which caused the grittiness, patchy coloring and uneven finish seen in the photo.
This photo highlights the problems inherent in the customer’s hardwood flooring. The dirt and debris also deteriorated the polyurethane in places, leaving the wood exposed.
This close-up of the parquet floor shows areas where the wood is exposed and unprotected. A black mark from tape left on the floor can be seen in the upper left part of the photo. Areas such as these would require our Custom Sandless Finish Color Blending Process in order to match them to the rest of the wood floors.
High traffic areas such as entryways often see heavier damage than anywhere else on a hardwood floor. The discolored area in this section of flooring was caused by years of soils brought in from people entering the apartment.
The customer’s hallway would need to be restored as well. Our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process was perfect for this job!
The success of our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process can be seen in this photo. All of the dirt and debris was removed and the wood floors were sanitized. Our Custom Sandless Finish Color Blending Process was used in the exposed and discolored areas. After multiple layers of a high quality, commercial grade polyurethane, the hardwood floors now have a beautiful, rich color and vibrant finish.
Another view of the main living area shows the consistency of the finish and shine on the newly restored parquet floors.
Using our Custom Sandless Finish Color Blending Process, our color specialists created a custom stain to blend the discolored areas in with the rest of the floor. As you can see, all of the previously exposed areas in this section of hardwood flooring were seamlessly colored to match the rest of the apartment.
This close-up view of a previously exposed and discolored area highlights the success of our Custom Sandless Finish Color Blending Process. The black stain from tape left on the floor and areas discolored from exposure now blend undiscernibly in with the parquet flooring. Best of all, the areas are now completely sanitized and protected from further damage!
Even the high traffic area in the entryway of the front door was no match for our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process!
The hallway’s vibrant color and sheen were restored just like the rest of the hardwood floors. The customer was very happy with their newly restored parquet flooring!
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