Refinishing wood flooring is the best way to re-vitalize your hardwood and restore it to its former beauty and durability. G3 Hardwood Flooring is a full-service floor refinishing company, and we can help you determine if it's time to refinish your hardwood floors or not.
If your floors are turning gray and dull, or if it is covered in blemishes and scratches from everyday life, refinishing can take care of these problems without needing to replace your floors. You can also refinish if you'd like a different stain to change the feel and design of the room, or perhaps you need new wood flooring to match with your existing planks. A high quality refinishing job would get you a seamless transition between the two floors through dustless sanding and staining.
Hardwood flooring is meant to be durable—that's one of the major reasons that homeowners throughout the nation still choose wood over any other flooring type. Re-finishing helps your wood floors last and maintain that value for many years to come.
We take special care when refinishing hardwood flooring. We are proud to be a Dust-Free company when it comes to sanding down your floors, so that you don't have to worry about things like airborne dust, allergies, or the carcinogens that are released with the older way of refinishing floors. Here's a look into our refinishing process:
- Upon arrival, we connect the vac-system to our high-quality sanding equipment. This ensures that no dust will be spread inside the room.
- We begin to sand over the hardwood. This allows us to remove the top layer of stain, level the flooring, and get out any surface level dents or scratches.
- We make sure to get into all of the edges, corners, and nooks in the room, especially around the trim.
- Finally, we apply the stain to the clean, dust-free flooring. We offer only the best stains and primers when we re-finish, so that they can maintain and protect your floors.
G3 has a team of highly qualified and trained individuals that not only know how to handle our equipment, but they are educated about the process and how to get the job done the right way. We don't cut corners, which means that we can help make your wood floors last.