The process, after evaluation of your need, strips away the old finish and any wood layers beneath that may be worn or damaged until we reach a perfect unmarred layer of wood. If necessary, we will make any necessary repairs before proceeding further.
The next step is to restain and refinish your hardwood flooring. At this point, some homeowners choose to change their original stain color, and sometimes their finish as well. Changing a stain color could come as a result of new décor or simply a desire for something a little different.
Adding a different finish can work to hide any signs of wear, often pushing back the next refinishing project for several more years. Vintage, distressed, wire-brushed, or hand-scraped finished can mask scuffs, scratches, and water spots for a better-looking floor longer, giving you more years of enjoyment before the next refinishing project.