A: Floor sanding is a process of removing the top layer of a wooden floor to eliminate scratches, stains, and imperfections. It involves using specialized sanding equipment to achieve a smooth and even surface.
A: The duration of the floor sanding process depends on various factors, such as the size of the area, the condition of the floor, and the chosen finish. On average, it can take anywhere from a few days to a week to complete.
A: Traditional floor sanding methods can generate a significant amount of dust. However, we utilize advanced dust containment systems and sanding equipment that minimize dust production. We take extensive measures to keep your space as clean as possible during the process.
A: While it is not always necessary to vacate the property, it is recommended to temporarily relocate during the floor sanding process. This ensures your safety and allows our team to work efficiently without any hindrances.
A: The frequency of floor sanding depends on factors such as foot traffic, wear and tear, and the type of finish used. As a general guideline, it is recommended to sand hardwood floors every 7-10 years, but this can vary.
A: Floor sanding is effective in reducing the appearance of most scratches, including shallow to moderate ones. However, deep scratches that penetrate the wood significantly may require additional repair methods, such as board replacement.
A: We offer a range of finishes to suit your preferences, including clear varnish, oil-based finishes, water-based finishes, and stains to enhance the natural color of the wood. Our experts can guide you in choosing the best finish for your floors.
A: The drying time depends on the type of finish used. Typically, it is recommended to wait at least 24-48 hours before placing furniture and allowing heavy foot traffic on the sanded floors. Our team will provide you with specific guidelines based on the chosen finish.