Hardwood floors may not have nine lives, but they do have three or four. One of the best things about installing a hardwood floor is the durability of such floors. Most hardwood floors are 3/4" thick and can be sanded down and refinished several times before having to be replaced. No other flooring option can make such a promise.
How Wood Flooring Restoration Works
Wood floor restoration gets rid of scratches in the floor, worn patches, scuff marks and even set-in stains. The process takes just a couple of days and leaves your hardwood floor looking brand new, at a fraction of the cost of replacing the floor.
To begin the process, your floor is sanded three times to get rid of all the damage and to bring out the natural grain in the wood. We do this with coarse, medium and fine grain sand paper. After sanding, the floor is stained or sealed, depending on what you choose, and finally coated with two applications of polyurethane to protect the floor from dust, dirt and future wear.