Are you a new homeowner with hardwood floors or are you selling a home with wood floors? Do you clean your hard wood floors but they don't look clean? Ever wonder if your dull wood floors can be rejuvenated to their once beautiful just finished shine? Our wood floor cleaning and wood floor refinishing experts can help - and at a fraction of the cost as most hardwood floor refinishing.
Refinish or Recoat Hardwood Floors?
It's not easy to tell when your wood floors just need a good cleaning, a recoating or a refinish, so how can you tell when your wood floor should be refinished? Some obvious signs include: 1) Areas of your wood floor have been worn down to the bare wood, 2)The floor has deep stains or color differences in the wood and 3) There's chipping or peeling.
Another easy way to check the status of your wood floor is to find a high traffic area where the finish is likely to be the most worn, and pour a tablespoon of water onto the floor. If the water beads up and you can wipe it without a trace, the finish on your wood floor is still working and you don't need to refinish it just yet, just contact us for a professional hardwood floor cleaning and your hardwood floors will be looking fresh again. If the water slowly soaks into the wood floor, creating a moderately darkish spot, the floor is likely only partially worn. You may be able to get away without a complete wood floor refinishing and just get a re-coating. If the water immediately disappears into the wood leaving an obvious dark spot, it's time to refinish your wood floors with our innovative sandless wood floor refinishing.
Recoat Wood Floors with Sandless Wood Floor Refinishing
The system used by floor cleaning and hardwood floor refinishing experts at Antonius Bros. brings to you the best of all worlds - fast, convenient, inexpensive and dust-free with an innovative process typically referred to as sandless wood floor refinishing. Our process leaves your hard wood floors looking refinished, but without the sanding, without the dust and with the ability to walk on your newly refinished wood floors the day after they're recoated!
Unique Hardwood Cleaning Process Bonds for Wood Floor Recoating
So how can we leave your wood floors looking like they've been refinished without sanding them and what is a sandless wood floor refinishing? There are two basic methods of prepping a wood floor to be refinished - a mechanical bond and a chemical bond. The mechanical bond is the method used when sanding the finish of your hardwood floors down to the wood and then adding a new finish. The chemical bond is the sandless wood refinishing process we use combining a special technique of cleaning the floor with a bonding agent to take on the wood floor refinishing without sanding.
Contact our sandless wood floor finishing experts to learn more about this unique and less expensive process that will have your wood floors looking new again: call 440-845-7474.