If you have hardwood floors in your home or business that have begun to lose their luster, bend or are just looking like they need a little love, it may be time to refinish your hardwood. You can refinish your hardwood to get that new flooring look without the steep price tag of completely redoing your flooring. Refinishing your hardwood can also help you extend the lifespan of your flooring and save you thousands of dollars over the years. Here at McSwain Carpets & Flooring, we have been refinishing floors for decades and have learned how to bring out the true beauty of your hardwood. If you want to learn more about how you can restore the look of your hardwood, contact a McSwain flooring expert today.

The Restoration Process

For more than 50 years, we have been refinishing hardwood floors all around the tristate area. The process begins by assessing your wants and needs for your floors. More damaged floors may need small repairs, fillings, or heavier sanding than lightly worn floors. The process begins by sanding down your existing hardwood over multiple grits of sandpaper until we have sanded past any damaged parts of the wood and the color of your wood is uniform. Once we have sanded down your floors, we add your desired stain, if you want to change the color of your hardwood, and seal it all up to protect your wood. This process traditionally has been a long and messy one, but we have cut down on time and mess with our signature dust containment system and our ultraviolet curing process.

Dust Containment System

Woodwork of any kind, especially if it involves cutting with saws or sanding, can be a messy business. If you have ever had your flooring refinished or worked on by an inexperienced professional, you know that sawdust can get into every nook and cranny of your home. That layer of dust can leave your home feeling grimy, which is why we created our dust containment system. Our unique system successfully gathers dust as we work, leaving you with a beautiful and clean finished product.

Ultraviolet Curing

The other hassle with traditional hardwood refinishing is that the curing process can take a long time. While your floor is curing, it is recommended that you don’t walk on your floors or put any furniture down. That can be a real hassle if you plan on living in your home during the refinishing process. The traditional curing process can up to a full month, which means that you could be out of house and home for that whole time. We cut out the wait time with our Ultraviolet curing method. By using this high tech method of curing your floors, you will be able to safely walk on your floors the same day that the final UV coat is applied.

If you want to revitalize your hardwood floors, don’t settle for second best. Get your floors looking beautiful and with the finish of your dreams with the professional team here at McSwain Carpets & Floors. We will get your floors looking brand new in no time!