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Tips for Choosing Floor Refinishing and Resurfacing
Because we walk on our kitchen, bathroom and living room floors all the time, they can get worn out and look dingy. This is where floor refinishing and resurfacing services come in. Hire these professionals to restore the shine to your flooring and get them looking new again by buffing out scratches and applying stains. Consider these tips for choosing floor refinishing and resurfacing services:

Tip #1: Look Through Portfolios to Ensure a Good Match
When hiring a wood-flooring contractor, ask for samples of different species, stains and finishes to get an idea of what you’re looking for. Be sure to look through a complete portfolio of the professional’s work to make sure you’re on the same page in terms of styles. This should feature recent photos of work done for previous customers. Request references and call a couple to seek if the former customer was happy with the overall services and price tags.

Tip #2: Research What Type of Floor Stain You Want
The kind of floor treatment you want depends largely on the type of hardwood flooring you have, whether exotic wood, hardwood, cork and bamboo antique. Knowing what colors to choose for the stain is key, but only you can decide this. Your home is unique and so is your flooring. The options are limitless, so know beforehand whether your floors call for light, medium or dark stains.

Tip #3: Keep Safety in Mind
Be aware of the toxic agents present in many flooring stains, such as Volatile Organic Compound, or VOC. Known to present negative health effects, VOC can be dangerous, causing sinus issues and even cancer. Ask your contractor if he uses stains that are free of VOC.
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Countless families and businesses have hardwood floors that require some attention at times. This is where refinishing and resurfacing contractors come into the picture. However, there is a certain process involved with finding the right specialist to restore your floor. After all, you want to have it done properly, but you certainly do not want to overpay. This is why you should consider the questions that are listed below.

  • What types of floors do you install and refinish?
    You should first consider the type of flooring you have. After all, you will need to find a contractor that specializes in working on this type of surface. So, if you have an oak floor that requires bleaching or restoration, make certain the service knows how to address this type of wood surface.

  • How much do you charge?
    Different contractors and services will charge different rates. The type and size of floor you have will also have an impact on the price for refinishing or resurfacing. Go ahead and get a few different quotes from local contractors before hiring anyone.

  • Can you pull out the old floor and install a new one?
    Many flooring contractors know how to remove old floor surfaces, and install new ones. However, it is important to be clear on what you need to have done. This way you can also be clear on the estimated cost of labor and construction materials.

  • How long does it take to complete the floor restoration job?
    The length of time spent on your residential home or commercial business floor may vary. After all, processes like wood bleaching, laminating, staining, and sanding can take various amounts of time to complete.