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Engineered wood sanding

Will the floor look brand new?

Depending on the type of wood and condition, excellent results can be achieved with our restoration services as we are bringing back a fresh new layer of the wood. However, an old Victorian pine floor will always look aged and have patina but this is often seen as a positive with the character of a

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Do you offer a free demonstration?

Yes, we are happy to carry out a free demo on your engineered wooden floor. The best way for us to do this is to bring one of the smaller dustless edging machines and sand 1 board x 1m of linear length. This will show the natural colour the wood returns to and we can

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How long will it take to restore my engineered wood floor?

Depending on the level of damage and thickness of old surface finishes, most household projects under 50 sqm take 1.5 days. On the first day we can sand the areas and get the base coat on. This is left to dry and then we return the following morning to start applying the 2 top coats.

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Can you remove scratches and damage?

Yes, no problem. The sanding process will be selected so that we cut deep enough to remove the scratches and damage that is present.  Also if Some holes and grooves are too deep to sand we can advise on a filing method that will improve the appearance of these areas.

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How much does cleaning my floor cost?

Every job is different but during the free survey we measure up, do a free demonstration clean to show the results we can achieve, and from this we send over a full proposal for you to browse at your own leisure. We do not give prices on the day or put you under any pressure

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Do you give quotations over the phone?

We are happy to give a ballpark figure from pictures and room sizes, as this can help customer budgeting on renovation projects if they are unsure whether to restore or replace, but ultimately we would need to carry out a full survey and demo before any work can take place.

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