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Can a wood floor refinishing service redo hand-scraped planks?

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Typically, hardwood slats can be redone by a floor refinishing service. However, if you have hand-scraped or distressed planks, you may wonder if this is indeed the case for your home. In this article, our Delair’s Carpet Barn showroom experts in East Montpelier, Vermont, will examine whether or ...
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Looking for a hardwood floor refinishing service? Here's what to keep an eye out for!

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Choosing a hardwood floor refinishing service isn't a choice that should be made lightly. It's pretty specialized work that requires a delicate touch to pull off properly, and even slight mistakes can spell disaster for your floors.If you have never hired the services of a wood floor refinishing ...
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Easy, clever, day-to-day prevention for wood floors

Hardwood floor refinishing is important, but so is regular, frequent maintenance. Keep your wood floor looking its best right from the start; don’t wait until you need a refinishing service.When properly maintained, and it really doesn’t take much, they can last for years, sometimes up to 100. It’...
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Save money by opting for a wood floor refinishing service

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Did you know you could save a lot of money by choosing a floor refinishing service instead of a completely new installation? However, this depends heavily upon the current state of your planks. Are they discolored and scratched? Or are they worn and damaged? At Delair’s Carpet Barn, our East ...
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Fact, fiction, and a hardwood floor refinishing service

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There are so many myths about your wood floor and what refinishing can and can’t do. Everyone’s an expert! If you ask 10 so-called experts, you might get 10 different answers, and it’s all enough to make you think (albeit, briefly) about scrapping this service, and just replacing the floor.But don’...
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The Delair's Carpet Barn wood floor refinishing FAQ

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Hiring a wood floor refinishing team can be a bit daunting, because most people outside of the flooring industry don't really think about it at all, until it is time to give their floors a little attention. Most people don't know what to expect, what the benefits are, or even when or why they ...
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Your wood floor deserves the best

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One of the great advantages of a hardwood (besides style and warmth) floor is that it will last for decades; so don’t replace, because a refinishing will most likely do the trick.We know it’s always tempting to save money, but isn’t the end goal is to bring this surface back to its original luster ...
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Save money with wood floor refinishing

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When you’re planning renovations for your home, no doubt, you’re also hoping to save some money wherever you can. Well, if you already have wood floors installed, but they’re not in such great shape, you can certainly lower your expenses significantly by opting for a wood floor refinishing service. ...
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Three keys to a long hardwood flooring service life

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Hardwood flooring is a big investment in your home. While the initial buy-in cost is a bit higher than other flooring materials out there, the long-term benefits of hardwood mean that what appears as a high price is really an investment in the future. No other flooring quite matches up to the sheer ...
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How our wood floor refinishing service avoids that, and other, problems

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When the finish on your hardwood flooring peels, it can be caused by few different problems, such as not preparing the installation properly in the first place. Typically, however, it means there was an excess of stain and the flooring wasn’t dried thoroughly enough between coats. At Delair's ...
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