Deep Cleaning and Recoats
Breathe new life into dull or dirty floors in Philadelphia and NJ
Without regular professional hardwood floor cleaning debris and dirt can become embedded in floors and cause the surfaces to appear dull and dirty. Deep cleaning is used to either clean a dirty floor or to eliminate contaminants from the surface of a floor.
An auto scrubber is used in conjunction with cleaning solutions that are formulated to remove dirt and grime without damaging the finish. The outcome are floors that look almost brand new and provide long lasting beauty and brighter room.
Buffing and Recoating
When time constraints are a concern, buffing and recoating (sometimes referred to as screen and coat) can be a good option. The process consists of a light sanding on the surface of your existing finish and then applying a new coat of finish.
There are some situations where this isn’t possible, for instance if certain cleaners or polishes have been used, they can act as contaminants and wont allow the new coat of finish to properly adhere. In this case a deep cleaning will be necessary prior to recoating. Another scenario where a recoat isn’t an option would be if the finish on the floor is too worn or the floor itself is too damaged.
Recent Hardwood Flooring Projects in Philadelphia & NJ
Working with Steve and his team was a great experience! They did amazing work in my home. I had old carpet removed, new hardwood floors installed and my pine steps refinished. They were always prompt and did a good clean up job. Steve is honest, trustworthy and communicates with you during the whole process. I would highly recommend and use them again!