Floor Resurfacing

Over time, the surface of your floors will become worn and scratched.  At this point you will want to make a decision between over-coating or sanding and "sealing", but what is the difference and how do you choose the right product for providing the perfect blend between protection and aesthetic?

 Sand & refinish

Overcoat

Final appearance

The surface of the floor will look as new. The surface of the floor will be renewed and dulling and scratches will be filled in. It will have it's original sheen, but some inperfections may be visible

Flexibility

You can change the colour of the stain/ finish coating or restore a stained floor to it's natural colour. The flexibility of the colour will depend on the type of coating already applied to the floor.

Evenness

Minor inclusions, scratches and warping can be sanded out. More serious damage will require specialist repairs Surface scratches and dulling from normal wear can be covered and will become less visible.

Affect on floor longevity

Floors have a limited thickness.  Sanding removes the top layer of wood reducing it's lifespan and integrity. Most floors can be sanded a maximum of 5 times. A floor can be cleaned using our specialized deep cleaning system and then overcoated an infinite number of times without impacting on the longevity of the floor.