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Hardwood Refinishing

Hardwood Refinishing 

Have your hardwood floors seen better days? Renewing your old hardwood floors may be easier and more cost-effective than you once thought. At Carrell Rogers Carpet One Floor & Home, we can help you decide what the best option for your sad hardwood is and whether it’s restoring or refinishing. We are your local hardwood flooring expert, and we always recommend not trying to refinish your floors on your own. If you want to guarantee that you will get the look you want, then you should hire a professional. Visit one of our showrooms and speak with a professional about having your hardwood flooring refinished. 


Hardwood Refinishing Options

Buffing is one of the easier methods of hardwood refinishing. If your floors are not completely damaged and only the surface is looking dull, you can get away with buffing out scratches and small gouges. This method can be referred to as screening. Our professionals use a buffing tool with a series of screen grits to restore your hardwood’s luster. We recommend refinishing your floors with a low-VOC water-based finish or polyurethane. 


Sanding and refinishing hardwood floors is the best way to restore old, damaged hardwood. You even have the option to change the stain of your flooring and get a completely different look. This method uses a drum sander with different sized grits. Once it is sanded down to the bare wood and the cracks are filled in with wood filler, the stain can be applied.


If you want your hardwood floors to look like they did when you first installed them, then hiring a professional is a sure way to get the look you want. If you’d like to learn more about refinishing your hardwood floors, stop by our showroom and speak with a sales professional today!



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