Complete hardwood floor refinishing, resurfacing, or repair services for the greater Houston area.
James and Michelle Delony
Save up to 60% by resurfacing your hardwood floors instead of refinishing.
In most instances, refinishing your hardwood floors is simply not called for. In cases of severe damage, refinishing may be required. Re-surfacing can clear up all but the most damaged areas, is much less expensive than refinishing, can be completed in one day, and leaves no lingering odor.
You have some options when it comes to restoring your hardwood floors. Let us give you a free, no obligation assessment of your flooring needs.
Hardwood floor refinishing.
Refinishing a hardwood floor means sanding off the finish of the hardwood flooring, re staining the color back in, then applying the new finish and top coat. This typically takes a week or so to complete, and leaves a lingering odor for a week or two after the work is done. You only need to refinish your hardwood floors if you want the look of brand new floors, want to change the color of the stain, or need to repair severe scratches.
Hardwood floor resurfacing.
Resurfacing hardwood flooring involves gently cleaning the surface of the floor with special products, and resealing the top coat to restore luster and shine to your hardwood floors. Resurfacing saves 60% over the cost of refinishing, is done in one day, and has no lingering odor.
The effect is breathtaking, without refinishing.
Engineered floors can be resurfaced too.
Most engineered flooring can be refinished one time, but all engineered flooring can be resurfaced. This makes resurfacing one of the better options for engineered flooring, because most problems on engineered floors are dealing with topcoat of the board, such as scratches and dull spots
This is the result of resurfacing a hardwood floor for less than half the cost of refinishing that same floor.
James Delony is certified by the IICRC in hardwood floor water remediation and restoration.