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5 Things to Know Before Refinishing Hardwood Floors
Don't be afraid to unlock the beauty hiding in those dingy wood floors. Knowing what to expect during a hardwood floor refinishing project may be the key to moving forward.
You don't have to become an expert on wood floors. But it's wise to learn enough that you can properly evaluate your contractor before, during and after the job.
Plan to interview at least three contractors, and remember that cost is not the sole or best measure of a good contractor. Ask for and take the time to contact references. Examine a portfolio of each contractor's work.
If your wood floor refinishing or installation job is extensive and you want it done in one job, it might be best to stay elsewhere until the project's done.
The job begins after the room is fully cleared.
The contractor will sand the old finish off the floors, repair any damaged areas and ensure all wood dust is cleared from the floors.
Take the time to carefully inspect the entire flooring job, making note of any issues. Don't hesitate to hold the contractor to everything that was agreed to in the contract.