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Wood Floor Sanding Tips County Durham

By On December 14, 2016 Under Dust Free Wood Floor Sanding

Through our experience with sanding wooden floors we have come across many individuals with questions about the service we provide. This may mean that they have made incorrect assumptions or are not aware of the transformations that can be achieved. Here are some of the frequently asked questions we have come across:

Is my wood floor past redemption?

Oak Flooring County DurhamMany of the wood floors that we survey are in bad condition. They may have been hidden under another floor covering or have experienced high usage. Some floors are dented, scratched or worn in entry areas.

The likelihood is that if you are considering wood floor restoration that they have been neglected and seen better days. The floor sanding process takes away the top layers of wood. This reveals a smooth and clean surface so it is incredibly unlikely that your floor is past the point of redemption.

How long does floor sanding take?

Our dust free floor sanding provision is fast and efficient. This does not mean that it is rushed; we have invested in state-of-the-art machinery so that the process is completed in the best possible way. An average room will likely take two to three days from start to finish. This may depend on whether there are many wood repairs or specific problems that need to be fixed prior to sanding.

What benefits will a newly sanded floor offer?

Newly finished wooden floors not only look great but they offer a practical and hygienic alternative. They will not harbour dirt and bacteria such as carpets and the offer straightforward maintenance and cleaning. Wood floors are also known for their ability to conduct heat; they are warmer underfoot than other floor coverings such as natural stone.

If you have any other questions about floor sanding then we would invite you to call today on 0808 118 5747.

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