Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Hardwood Floor Refinishig in the Greater Toronto AreaWhen your hardwood floor starts to show its naked belly, or simply put, scratches and wear expose the bare wood, that’s a sign that your hardwood floor needs attention. It’s best to act before the washing water and moisture darkens the wood. The remedy is to remove the old finish and put on a new coat of stain and a layer of durable protection. But how?

Applying stain is half an art and half a skill. Lack of experience leads to a disaster. Uneven application will produce darker/lighter patches, and improperly removed previous layers will show from underneath the new one. These things often happen when there is a novice at work. It takes a lot of experience with each product to master its drying time and flawless application. That’s why you want to hire an experienced pro with a trained hand to do the job. At Absolute Refinishing, we absolutely know what to do and how to bring back the old glamorous look your floor once had, or to conjure up a new one that aligns with the current trends of interior design.

We offer several solutions, each employing top quality products that are designed to accomplish a desired outcome. Durability, shine, antiquing and other effects, all play a role in choosing the proper solutions. Your desires plus our expertise will equal results that are rated A+ on a quality scale.

The contact form on this page makes it easy for our prospective and returning clients to get in touch with us. We are also only a phone call away from you. We will answer all questions you might have regarding your hardwood floor refinishing project. And while we impose no obligations on our clients to order any of our services, we impose on ourselves a craftsman’s duty to provide a free consultation to anybody who is interested in hiring our services. And while we are at it, let us also provide you with a free, no obligation quote for your planned project. It sounds like a good reason to say hi to us, doesn’t it?

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