Archive for the ‘Wood Floor Restorations Blogs’ Category

Wood floor restoration – a matter of taste

Posted on December 6th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Restorations Blogs

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You are selling your home – and your wooden floors need refurbishment. To attract speedy buyers, it may be worth investing in floor sanding and sealing. When selecting a new colour, minimise any off-putting factor by avoiding anything too quirky or individual. Choose a safe, neutral finish that will appeal to a broad range of […]

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Why restoring your existing wood floor is better than replacing it?

Posted on November 16th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Restorations Blogs

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All wooden floors age over a period of time. As they age these floors lose their luster, becoming dull and insipid looking. If you cover the floor with a carpet you won’t notice it, but if you leave it bare it becomes an eyesore. So what to do when things come to such a pass? […]

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Why wood floor restoration is not so scary

Posted on November 4th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Restorations Blogs

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Wood floor restoration might appear to be scary in the beginning but thanks to the technology and the trained professionals, there is nothing to get so scared. It is expensive to get it done by a professional but it pays off eventually. Running a sander is the most difficult part and if you are planning […]

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Floors from scratch…

Posted on September 28th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Restorations Blogs

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After wood floor restoration, damage can result from careless feet – animal or human. You can protect your new floor from the worst offenders: – high heels pose an obvious risk. They concentrate the wearer’s weight on a small point (a 125 pound female taking a normal step exerts a force of around 2,000 pounds […]

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Keeping it stable

Posted on September 23rd, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Restorations Blogs

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After wood floor restoration, the boards can be affected by changes in humidity. Help your floor to maintain its new look by maintaining (as far as practical) stable humidity inside your house. So once floor sanding and sealing is complete, follow this simple regime: – open windows every day – even for only 10-15 minutes […]

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