Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Serving Charlotte NC and surrounding areas


Let Us Expertly Install Your Prefinished Hardwood Floors in the Charlotte NC Area

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There are several advantages to choosing prefinished hardwood floors:


Restores Appearance: Over time, solid hardwood floors can dull, scratch, or become discolored. Refinishing can restore the original luster and beauty of the hardwood, making it look new again.

Cost-Effective: Compared to completely replacing a worn-out floor, refinishing can be a cost-effective way to revitalize your space.

Longevity: Solid hardwood floors can be refinished several times throughout their lifespan, extending their longevity. A well-maintained hardwood floor can last for generations.

Customization: When you refinish your floors, you have the option to change the color or finish of your hardwood, allowing you to update the look of your space without a complete floor replacement.

Please Note:

We can not refinish engineered hardwood floors. Unlike solid hardwood, engineered hardwood cannot be refinished in most cases. This is because the top layer of hardwood is relatively thin, and sanding it down to remove the old finish risks wearing through to the layers underneath.


While refinishing hardwood floors come with many advantages, there are also a few potential disadvantages to consider:


Dust and Disruption: The process of refinishing involves sanding down the existing surface, which can generate a significant amount of dust. Also, the area being refinished will be off-limits during the process, which can disrupt your daily routine.

Noise: The machinery used in the sanding and finishing process can be quite noisy, which might be disruptive in a home environment.

Chemical Fumes: The stains and sealants used during the refinishing process can give off strong fumes while drying.

Time: Depending on the size of the area, the refinishing process can take several days or even a week to complete, including drying time.

Cost: While refinishing is typically less expensive than replacing a floor, it still involves a significant cost, especially if you hire a professional to do the job.