Showing posts with label Sanding/Refinishing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sanding/Refinishing. Show all posts

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Hardwood Floor Sanding n Refinishing (NJ) New Jersey

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Hardwood Floor Repair New Jersey NJ

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The final look after staining and finishing

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Sanding, Sandless, Staining, Refinishing, Recoating & Restoring, New Jersey NJ

We offer reliable professional service. Don't leave your job to chance.
Minimum job requirement: 400.sq.ft.
Sanding and refinishing hardwood floor is a very economical way to transform your home into a great indoor. It normally takes 2 to 4 days to complete a 800.sq.ft. job. Our professional crew has many years of experience of sanding, staining and refinishing wood flooring and stair treads.
Professional heavy-duty drum sander and edger are used for 95% dust free. All the door ways will be sealed by plastic sheet to prevent dust leak. Normally floor is sanded by coarse, medium and fine sand papers and buffer to ensure the surface get enough required smoothness. Buffing with 100 to 150 grit sand papers is essential between coats or before the first coat, the floor must be buffed with a buffer machine in order to prepare the floor and remove any unseen scratches.
For clear finish, penetrating sanding sealer is applied as first coat. Sealer may include a color and can be used to seal and stain the floor. Since sealer is applied right on bare wood, it will be mostly absorbed and dry in relatively short time, then another coat of polyurethane will applied. It takes about 24 to 48 hours for putting the last coat. Buffing between each polyurethane coat will be applied.
For color-stained floor, stain will serve as the protective sealer. darker stain will take much longer time to dry than lighter stain, depending on humidity level, temperature and air circulation. Normally two or three coats will be applied after the stain. To ensure the color even, the staining process is time consuming and skill intensive.
The sealer coat is vital to the durability of the finish. If a sealer is not applied, the finish will soon start to peeling. This is especially true in areas where there is big humidity fluctuation throughout the year.
We offer customer choice of: Oil-based or water-based polyurethane; semi-gloss or high-gloss finish. All our work is guaranteed to follow the guide of National Wood Flooring Association.
Customer's responsibility: the job site has to be clear with furniture before the scheduled date. We can remove carpet at small extra cost. Floor can not be walked on during the refinishing process and at least 28 hours after last coat applied. After 24 hours, light traffic is allowed. Normal traffic is allowed after 48 - 72 hours. Do not slide furniture on the floor, lift it into place after 48 hours. Area rugs can be put down after 14 days on water based finishes and 30 days for all other finishes. Furniture and rugs placed too soon may result in finish or surface damage. Some area rugs and padding may damage or discolor the finish. This type of damage as well as color change due to aging and intense sunlight in not the responsibility of Highway Flooring Inc.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Reference is available on request.

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