Is your hardwood flooring looking a little worse for wear? Don't worry, our buff and coat service may be just what your wood floors need to bring back their natural shine and beauty.
Buffing and coating is a budget-friendly option that delivers excellent results without the hefty price tag of a full refinish.
This process is swift and minimally disruptive to your daily routine. Your floors can typically be back in action within a day or two.
Unlike a full refinish, a buff and coat doesn't involve sanding your entire floor. Instead, it gently smooths out surface imperfections and adds a fresh finish.
Buff & coat renews the brilliance of your floors, bringing back their vibrant, youthful glow.
When it comes to reviving your hardwood floors, you've got options: Buff & Coat and Full Refinish. Let's quickly size up these contenders so you can decide which one suits your needs and budget.
A cost-effective and quicker option that restores your floor's shine by smoothing out minor imperfections and applying a fresh finish. Ideal for floors with minor scratches and general wear but in overall good condition.
A comprehensive restoration solution for heavily damaged floors, offering customization options for color and finish and extending your floor's life. Best suited for floors with deep gouges, extensive wear, or a desire to change the floor's appearance.
Meet Justin, the driving force and craftsman at New Glow Flooring. When it comes to your hardwood floors, Justin is your trusted advisor. He'll expertly guide you through the decision-making process, helping you determine if a buff and coat is the right choice for your floors. His mission? To provide the care your hardwood floors deserve, ensuring their longevity so you can relish their beauty for years to come. Justin is not just an expert; he's a passionate advocate for the timeless allure of hardwood floors!
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Buff and coat, also known as screen and recoat, is a hardwood floor maintenance service. It involves lightly sanding the existing finish to remove scratches and imperfections, followed by the application of a new coat of finish.
Buff and coat is a less intrusive and budget-friendly alternative compared to refinishing. It works well for floors with minor scratches and wear, giving a renewed look without the need to entirely strip off the existing finish.
During the in-home estimate can guide you in determining the optimal solution for your floor.
If your hardwood floors have light scratches, dull spots, or minor wear, they are good candidates for buff and coat. This service is not suitable for floors with deep scratches, gouges, or extensive damage
The duration depends on the size of the area being treated. Typically, a buff and coat service for an average-sized room can be completed in a day. However, drying time may extend the overall process.
Buff and coat is designed to address light to moderate scratches. While it can significantly improve the appearance of your floors, it may not completely eliminate deep scratches or gouges.
Certainly, you have the option to select a different finish for your hardwood floors as part of the buff and coat process. This enables you to refresh the appearance without undergoing the time-consuming refinishing process. It's important to note, however, that you cannot choose a different stain or color for your floors during this process.
The frequency of refinishing depends on factors like foot traffic and wear. As a general guideline, hardwood floors should be refinished every 5-10 years to maintain their appearance and durability.
While the new finish is drying, it's essential to avoid heavy furniture and foot traffic. Once the finish is fully cured, regular maintenance such as routine cleaning and using furniture pads will help preserve the newly refreshed look.
Yes, buff and coat can be performed on engineered hardwood floors. However, it's crucial to check the thickness of the wear layer, as excessive sanding may compromise the integrity of the flooring. We can check this during an in-home estimate.
The cost varies based on factors such as the size of the area, the condition of the floors, and the type of finish chosen. To provide you with an accurate estimate tailored to your specific needs, we recommend getting a quick quote . We usually respond within 24 hours.