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A hardwood floor can last for even a few decades if it’s treated well. However, the floor might lose its natural color and beauty after a long period of use. To make it new again, all you have to do is refinish it!
Wait, but do you know the cost to refinish hardwood floors and everything else related to hardwood floor refinishing? Carefully read this blog to find out!
Your hardwood floor needs to be refinished to maintain its beauty and durability. This process helps you to get rid of ugly scratches and marks or shallow damages on the surface of your floor.
The floor with lots of serious damages deep down to the wood underneath will not be a good candidate for this job.
Hardwood flooring can be completely renewed from 10 to 12 times during its lifetime while engineered hardwood flooring can take only 1 to 2 times refinishing (depending on how thick the wood layer is).
Make sure your floor is thoroughly cleaned and all scratches are touched up. Then you need to rough up the existing coat of the floor to make the new finish you will put on adhere well. Hardwood floor refinishing is easier just by adding a protective layer on the clean surface of the hardwood floor.
Cost to refinishing hardwood floor yourself is lower as you only have to pay for the materials needed.
Sanding equipment can be found in hardware stores with a cost of $300. Wood stain is not expensive – it generally costs under $10 per quart. And each quart can cover around 275 square feet.
The price for finish generally ranges between $50 and $90 and covers about 700 square feet.
To have your hardwood floor refinished, you can expect to pay between $1.50 and $5.00 per square foot.
If you are looking for a reliable hardwood flooring service, Tony wood flooring is the right choice. With more than 10 years of experience, Tony floor is leading in hardwood floor service in Marshfield, Bridgewater, Abington, Kingston, Plymouth, Middleboro, and Taunton residential communities.
Our experienced experts would give detailed explanations to any of your questions to make sure that you have picked the right options for your dream hardwood floor for the most reasonable price.