Wood floor refinishing is simply a process by which your hardwood floors are restored and brought back to a like-new finish. This process includes sanding your old flooring, staining it, and then applying a brand new coat of polyurethane. The end result is a floor that looks brand new without the price that a brand new floor would carry.

Delair’s Carpet Barn offers a professional wood floor refinishing service with a result you’ll be proud of. We know how important your flooring is to you, and providing this service is just one of the ways we strive to maintain a good relationship with our customers. For more information on how we can begin the hardwood floor refinishing process for your home, just stop by our showroom located in East Montpelier, Vermont. We look forward to assisting you!

Refinishing Your Wood Floors

One of the reasons that solid hardwood floors are considered so elegant and timeless, is the fact that they can be refinished. In fact, after a floor refinishing service, a wood floor that is many decades old can look just as good as a brand new wood floor that was just installed.

There’s no way to avoid the wear and tear that can eventually dull and scratch your flooring. That’s just a fact of life with these floors. However, while others are spending thousands of dollars having a new floor covering installed, you will be just getting to the first refinishing of your own floor.

Some Important Things to Remember

A wood floor refinishing service means that there will be a lot of dust and vapors in your home for a few days. It’s a small price to pay for like-new floors, but there are some things you should keep in mind during the process. Ultimately, it’s best if you plan activities outside the home for the days during which the service will be performed. At the very least, if you have children or pets, you’ll definitely want to have something planned so that they can be outside the home during these procedures.

You’ll also want to make sure that you have made plans for moving or storing your furniture during this time. If you’re only having a couple of rooms refinished, you can simply move furniture into other rooms. A more extensive remodel, however, might be better served by a storage unit for a limited amount of time.