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HARDWOOD FLOOR REFINISHING
Many beautiful floors are hidden under carpet or just worn down by years of traffic and exposure to the sun, water damage or extensive heat. Tx Hardwood Flooring Contractors combines years of experience in the field with the use of the latest refinishing equipment to revive even the most tired floors. Sometimes a floor with shallow scratches or a dull surface needs only a top coat of finish to bring back it’s original beauty. Several grades of sanding paper will be used to remove all scratches and stains. Once the wood is buffed and cleaned, the natural color can be left or color can be added by application of a stain. The process will be completed with a hardwood flooring polyurethane coating for protection against moisture and scratches. Our free consultation includes an evaluation and a recommended treatment for your hardwood floor.
HARDWOOD FLOORING FINISHES
Hardwood Flooring finishes are the most popular kind. They require a stain to achieve the desired color and then a top coat of polyurethane or varnish for protection. Hardwood flooring finishes are easy to maintain and quite durable. The four hardwood wood flooring finishes are
Oil-Based Urethane most common hardwood floor finish.
The most common hardwood flooring finish, oil-based urethane is applied in two or three coats and is available in gloss, semi-gloss and satin sheen. The downside to this type of finish is that drying times are 8 hours for each coat. You will also need adequate ventilation. And keep in mind that oil-based urethane finishes do yellow with age.
Water-Based Urethanegood option for the DIY
A good option for the DIY, this finish dries quickly and cleans up easily with soap and water. Water-based urethane has less odor than oil-based urethane and doesn’t yellow over time.
Moisture-Cured Urethane slightly more durable
Slightly more durable than others, this finish is most often used on commercial projects and is best handled by a professional.
Conversion Varnish applied only by hardwood flooring professionals
Because of the strong odor and fumes, this finish should only be applied by a professional.
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