Professional refinishing is truly an art form. Accent Hardwood Flooring, Inc. combines state of the art dustless sanding machines with decades of experience and good old fashioned craftsmanship to provide you unmatched service ,quality, and reliability. Consider adding wooden air vents during refinishing to enhance the custom look of your hardwood flooring.
The Refinishing Process
If you are having your flooring stained, our foreman will meet with you at the job initially to help and advise you with your stain choice. We prefer to show you stain color samples in your home, on your floor, with your lighting. This process gives you a truer feel for what your flooring color will ultimately look like in your home. We start the refinishing process by sanding your hardwood flooring with a rough paper to eliminate any depressions, dings, or inconsistencies, and to create a solid foundation to assure the best adhesion of your urethane. Moving to finer sandpaper, we remove all scratches from the initial sanding. Because we use different machines for the main floor and edges of the room, during the third and final bout of sanding, we buff the floor with a screen to bring the edges and the main floor together before applying stain or urethane. Following all sanding and buffing, we employ the most thorough vacuuming process to remove all dirt and dust that could impair the finish quality. Next we apply stain or the appropriate sealer. We then finish the floor with high quality urethane. Between coats, we buff the hardwood flooring to knock down any imperfections, creating the smoothest surface possible. Alternatives to urethane include tung oil and wax.
Nothing has as much character as a beautiful, lustrous, cascading staircase of wooden steps and rails. While the process is indeed tedious and time consuming, the finished product is more than worth the work. Allow our team of highly trained professionals to refinish your wooden staircase today and realize everything that your staircase can be.
We refinish porches! We also sand and seal them in preparation for painting.