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Wood Floor Sanding

Time comes when sanding and refinishing your old wood floor is necessary in order to maintain its quality and beauty. Any refinishing to the floor is done solely to enhance the natural colour of the wood and to protect it from the elements. The best time to sand and refinish your hardwood floor is when you move into a new house or an apartment because all or some of the furniture, rugs, etc. may need to be removed from the area during the process. Proper sanding and refinishing will make your wood floor last for years. However, high traffic rooms will need to be refinished on a more often basis.

Floor sanding is the process of removing the top surfaces of a wooden floor by sanding with abrasive materials. Different types of flooring can be sanded: timber, cork, particle board and most of the parquet wood flooring. Old flooring can also be sanded after the previous coverings were removed and suitable wood flooring is found beneath it. A sanding job usually involves three stages: preparation, the sanding itself and putting a coat with protective sealant.


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