The look of hardwood floors and stairs is timeless. Hardwood is a feature that is sought after by homeowners and buyers because it never goes out of style. Over time, however, as your hardwood floors are exposed to foot traffic, furniture moves, spills and even your mop, their age can begin to show. Significantly aged hardwood flooring can be brought back to life with professional hardwood floor refinishing.
Robar Flooring offers professional hardwood floor refinishing services that take your worn floors and transform them into timeless, beautiful fixtures in your home. Refinishing hardwood stairs and floors takes a lot of work and dedication. That work pays off. If you’re thinking of refinishing your floors, here are a few tips to get you started.
Refinishing hardwood floors is tedious work. There are a lot of safety precautions that must be met, especially because sanding dust is highly flammable. Hiring a professional to refinish hardwood floors and stairs ensures that the project will not only be completed right, but to the quality needed to truly revive aged hardwood floors. Robar Flooring’s technicians are skilled experts in refinishing hardwood stairs and floors. Homeowners rely on us for our high-quality refinishing services. Our team can breathe new life into worn, tired wooden floors and make them look as if they are brand new.
Are you looking for professional hardwood floor refinishing services? Contact Robar Flooring to request a quote or call us at 416-239-9323 or 647-694-3696.
Samples of hardwood flooring installation
There are many options and possibilities when it comes to hardwood flooring installation. Few of the most common types include:
All of the above are either nailed or glued down on top of existing sub-floor. In condominiums or commercial properties where sub-floor consists of concrete, plywood is applied on top of the slab in order to allow for nailing of the floor. All glued down floors can be directly applied on top of the concrete. See diagrams below outlining different floor types, installation techniques as well as examples of transition and finishing trims commonly used.