Wood floors can withstand indifference and harsh usage for a few generations, but they might falter after heavy traffic or inadequate conservation. With time, previous treatments fade, and after two to five years, your wood floor is looking dingy and in need of refurbishment.
During the renovation, floors that have previously been rebuilt are resealed without needing to be resanded. Our experts in floor sanding can assess your floor and recommend the right option. This usually requires resealing with whatever sealant was previously used: wax, glaze, or grease.