Bring Life Back To Your Wood Floors
Refinishing hardwood floors takes time, patience, and the proper tools and techniques, but the results can be extraordinary. The process includes removing all the existing finish and sand to reveal a new layer of raw wood.
Wood floors are a beautiful and natural product that sets it apart from other floor coverings. The ultimate appearance and performance in any application, however, are dependent upon the installation and finishing process, with close attention by the installer and finisher to a number of details prior to and during the actual installation and finishing process.
It has taken many years of practical experience to describe the simplest methods of achieving successful finishing of various types of hardwood flooring. This information is generally applicable to the finishing of most hardwood flooring products. With today's technological advances, in regards to finishes, techniques and finishing equipment, it is best to let a professional handle the job. We will attempt to help you understand the many steps involved in refinishing/finishing of wood floors as the accepted methods used throughout the Wood Floor Industry.
Stain & Seal Coat
Whether you want to keep your existing floor stain coloring or make a change, Kings Flooring can create the vision for your ideal floors. Using Minwas, DuraSeal, and Bona stains, our experts can customize your floor by mixing multiple stains until we find the exact color that matches your preference.
Most unfinished hardwood floors require one coat of sealer and at least two coats of protectant finishing. Sealing is very important because it seals the wood and helps to prevent the separation fo boards. Penetrating seals and surface finishes are the two principal types of protective coatings used on wood floors.