Professional Wood Floor Recoating Service in Milwaukee, WI
Recoating is the gentle way to touch up your hardwood floor
Recoating your hardwood floor is a gentler alternative to a full refinishing. It’s meant to repair any scratches, dents and dings in your floor’s finish without touching the wood stain. If you’re looking to change the color of your hardwood floor, this is not the treatment you’re looking for. If you’re satisfied with your hardwood’s color, this low cost and quick treatment is perfect.
Recoating follows a similar approach to refinishing. We start with fine-grit sandpaper to sand down as much of the finish layer as possible without touching the stained hardwood beneath. Once the finish level is removed, we apply 2 brand new coats of finish. It’s a quick fix that restores the appearance of your hardwood flooring while maintaining the quality of the hardwood itself. Flawless Flooring offers affordable hardwood recoating and exceptional results anywhere in Southeast Wisconsin. Contact us and we’ll have a brand new finish on your hardwood floor in no time.
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What is wood floor recoating?
Wood floor recoating repairs scratches, dents and dings in your floor without the invasiveness of a full refinish. Recoating does not alter the wood stain.
What are the benefits of recoating wood floors?
Recoating fixes the appearance of hardwood floors for an affordable cost. Scratches, dents and dings are removed. We apply 2 brand new coats of finish to protect your floors and give an airbrush finish.
What is the difference between recoating and refinishing hardwood floors?
Recoating restores the look of flooring without touching the stained hardwood. Refinishing your flooring alters the color while recoating deals only with the protective finish. Recoating is a gentler alternative.
Will recoating change the color of my wood flooring?
No, recoating only deals with the top layer of protective finish.
How often should I recoat my wood floors?
The general rule is every 3-5 years depending on how much traffic the floor receives.
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