Caring for wood floors

No matter what kind of floor you have, or what type of finish used, there are certain steps that must be taken to maintain the floor. Regular or daily maintenance requires no more than sweeping with a soft bristle broom, dust control mop, or vacuuming with a soft...

Volatile Organic Compounds

What are VOCs? And how do they affect me? Wood floor refinishing restores scratched and faded hardwood floors. Unfortunately, many common products used to refinish wood flooring also contain harmful chemicals known as volatile organic compounds. VOCs reduce air...

Choosing the right floor contractor

Choosing the right wood floor contractor There are significant problems associated with choosing an inexperienced floor contractor to install or refinish your wood flooring. If you wish to avoid these problems, start with engaging a skilled wood floor contractor. If...

Why we choose water-based polyurethanes

Why do we recommend water-based floor finishes? There are basically two types of polyurethane available; oil-based (solvent-borne) and water-based urethane (water-borne). Oil based products were originally the standard in the industry until the development of...

Dust free wood floor resurfacing

The dust-free wood floor resurfacing process varies on the equipment and machinery used.  The standard industry dust free machinery are fitted with internal fans and dust bags.  Smaller handheld polishers and sanders are not as effective at controlling the airborne...