Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Revitalize Your Hardwood Floors with Professional Refinishing Services

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Transform your hardwood floors with our expert services.

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Schedule your service online or by phone, at a time that suits you best.

Detailed Cleaning

We start with thorough cleaning or wax removal, followed by neutralizing and preparing the floor for screening.

Screen & Recoat

We abrade the floor, apply color correction if needed, and finish with two coats of polyurethane.

Enjoy Your Revived Floors

After 24 hours, you can return your furniture to your beautifully restored hardwood floor.

Rediscover your hardwood’s charm in a day!

Apogee Hardwood Floor Refinishing stands out as a beacon of excellence, renowned for their top-tier services in restoring and rejuvenating hardwood floors. With a commitment to quality craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, Apogee’s team of skilled professionals brings years of expertise to every project they undertake. From sanding and refinishing to repairs and staining, their meticulous attention to detail ensures that each hardwood floor receives the utmost care and precision, leaving behind a flawless finish that revitalizes the entire space.

What sets Apogee apart is not only their technical proficiency but also their dedication to personalized service. They prioritize open communication with clients, listening attentively to their needs and preferences to tailor solutions that exceed expectations. Whether it’s a residential renovation or a commercial restoration project, Apogee’s reliable and efficient services have earned them a stellar reputation as the go-to choice for hardwood floor refinishing.

Discover the Transformative Benefits of Our Hardwood Floor Screen and Recoat Service

Our hardwood floor refinishing service unveils a whole new realm of possibilities for homeowners and businesses alike. This innovative process offers a cost-effective and efficient solution to breathe new life into tired hardwood floors without the need for extensive sanding or refinishing. By gently abrading the existing finish and applying a fresh coat of high-quality sealant, Apogee’s expert technicians can revitalize floors, restoring their natural luster and beauty while enhancing durability and longevity.

The screen and recoat service not only transforms the aesthetic appeal of hardwood floors but also provides practical advantages. It helps protect against everyday wear and tear, including scratches, scuffs, and fading, effectively prolonging the lifespan of the flooring investment. Clients benefit from this convenient and eco-friendly option, experiencing the joy of renewed floors that exude timeless elegance and charm, all thanks to Apogee’s dedication to excellence and innovation in hardwood floor maintenance. Trusted Hardwood Cleaning Services by Apogee. Schedule Your Service Today!

What’s the difference between a “Screen & Recoat” versus a full refinishing with sanding?

Screen & Recoat:

1 – Surface Refresh: A Screen & Recoat is a less invasive process aimed at refreshing the top layer of your hardwood floor’s finish without removing the existing finish or significantly altering the wood itself.

2 – Light Abrasion: During a Screen & Recoat, the floor’s surface is lightly abraded using a floor buffer and a fine abrasive screen or mesh. This scuffing process prepares the existing finish to receive a new topcoat of finish.

3 – Quick and Less Disruptive: Screen & Recoat is a faster and less disruptive option than full sanding. It’s typically completed in one day. It’s often chosen for floors that are still in relatively good condition but have surface wear, minor scratches, or dullness.

4 – Cost-Effective Maintenance: This method is a cost-effective way to maintain the appearance and protection of your hardwood floors. It extends the life of the floor therefore preventing the need for a full refinishing for a longer period.

Refinishing with Sanding:

1 – Complete Restoration: Refinishing with sanding involves the removal of the existing finish and a portion of the top layer of the hardwood itself. It’s a more extensive process aimed at fully restoring and transforming the appearance of the floor.

2 – Leveling and Repair: Sanding is used to level out uneven or damaged areas on the floor, such as deep scratches, stains, or dents. It provides an opportunity for more substantial repairs.

3 – Change in Appearance: This method allows for a significant change in the appearance of your hardwood floors. You can choose a different stain color, sheen level, or finish type to achieve the desired look.

4 – Longer Duration: Refinishing with sanding typically takes longer. Sanding requires a minimum of 2 days but could take up to 5 days or more depending on the condition and size of the floor.

In summary, the key difference between a Screen & Recoat and refinishing with sanding is the level of intervention and the extent of changes made to the hardwood floor. Screen & Recoat is a maintenance procedure that addresses minor surface wear and restores the shine, while refinishing with sanding is a more intensive process that completely strips and rejuvenates the entire floor, making it suitable for floors with deeper damage or those in need of a new look. The choice between the two depends on the condition of your hardwood floors and your specific goals for maintenance or renovation.