Residential floor sanding helps restore the beauty, elegance, and aesthetic appeal of wooden floors
Materials such as parquet, timber, particleboard, and cork can be sanded, and some types of flooring are specifically designed for sanding. The process involves coating, sanding, and initial preparation. Special protective sealants are used.
Our sanders will remove any stacks, staples, and adhesives. Some types of adhesive damage the machines and clog paper and make the sanding process difficult. After the initial preparation we will make the floorboards flat by using coarse-grid paper. This is the first cut. We will use large sanders to sand your wooden floors and an edger for hard-to-reach areas such as stairs, corners, and edges.
Gaps are also filled at this stage, if required. The second cut is done by using grit papers. We use finishing machines and belt sanders. The final stage involves coating with different sealants such as oils, polyurethane, and others.