Residential Home - Stamford, Connecticut
This customer wanted the hardwood floor in their kitchen refinished. Over the years dirt and debris embedded themselves into the floor and caused the discoloration and fading as seen in the photo.
Discoloration and fading are caused by a breakdown in the polyurethane of a wood floor. When soils deteriorate the finish of a hardwood floor it leaves the wood unprotected and susceptible to further damage.
Another view of the kitchen.
This hallway stayed in fairly good condition over the years but fading of the color and shine of the wood floor was evident.
This entryway was the most damaged area that the customer needed to have refinished. High traffic areas such as this are in need of the highest protection because they are subject to dirt and debris brought in from outside the residence. Our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process was the perfect solution to restore this customer's hardwood flooring!
Our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process is a completely dustless method that is also eco-friendly! Using compounds and special machinery our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Specialists completely broke down and removed all of the soils from the floor. The end result of the Sandless Finish Process is seen in this photo.
After all of the dirt and debris was removed from the wood floor our Specialists completely sanitized the floor. Multiple layers of a high quality, commercial grade polyurethane were then applied to the hardwood floor to ensure maximum protection for many years to come!
Another view of the kitchen highlights the return of the original color and vibrant shine to these hardwood floors!
Our Sandless Finish Hardwood Floor Refinishing Process beautifully restored the wood floors in the hallway to their original condition as well!
A vibrant color and shine was also restored to the high traffic area by the entranceway - And since our Sandless Finish Specialists use only the highest quality products in the industry our customers can rest assured that their newly restored hardwood floors will retain this look for many years to come!
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