Traditional hardwood refinishing provides homeowners with the most options when it comes to hardwood floor care. A quality hardwood floor restorer utilizes the latest technology and equipment to minimize dust and to make the restoration process easier for you and your family.
Unlike “sandless” methods of restoration, traditional hardwood refinishing can address and fix problems such as deep cracks, scratches and stains. In some cases, a homeowner and floor specialist cannot see how extensive the damage is to a hardwood floor until the floor is completely sanded. When the floor is bare, hardwood professionals can work with a homeowner to determine the best course of action to bring the floor back to its original beauty. Gouges or stains that have bled through the boards may require replacement, and that means you will need an experienced flooring specialist to make your hardwood floor whole again.
In contrast to traditional refinishing, “sandless” technology is not designed to reach the bare wood. Instead a chemical sander is applied to break down the finish and make it accepting of a new urethane layer. While the process is dustless, it does not allow homeowners to change the color of their stain or return their floor to the classic beauty of its natural color.
Traditional floor restoration does allow you to make subtle or drastic color changes. If you have redecorated your home, you can select floor stains that will complement your new décor. With the help of a hardwood floor specialist, you can create an atmosphere that is contemporary, formal, country or anything in between.
Contact a true floor expert to learn how to bring the radiance back to your hardwood correctly. Ardmore Floor Sanding & Installation at 2375 Haverford Road in Ardmore is a family-owned business with more than 35 years experience in hardwood floor care. Visit their showroom, go to ArdmoreFloorSanding.com or call for more information at 610-658-1940.