Hardwood refinishing in Norman, OK from Urban Flooring LLC

Can I refinish engineered hardwood floors?

One of the selling features of hardwood flooring like Johnson Hardwood and Mannington is it can be refinished. We're happy to tell you more about refinishing engineered wood flooring, so read along with today's post for more information.

Let’s find out more about the hardwood refinishing process

You can have solid hardwood floors refinished several times throughout their lifespan, but what about engineered flooring? The determining factor for the number of times you can have engineered floors refinished is the thickness of the top natural wood veneer.

Engineered hardwood construction

Engineered hardwood is constructed in layers, with plywood layered in perpendicular levels, topped with a natural hardwood surface. Only the actual wood portion of the flooring can be refinished. So, the thicker this layer, the more times the product can be refinished.

The hardwood refinishing process

The hardwood refinishing process is the same as solid wood flooring, including sanding and hardwood finishing. We can change the stain color and texture for a new appearance if you like.

Once the process is complete, your floors will look new for years to come. To get your refinishing project underway today, stop by our showroom to speak with an associate.

Visit our hardwood flooring store today

At Urban Flooring LLC, you’ll find experienced flooring experts who are ready to help you navigate our inventory to find the perfect materials for your preferences and requirements. We get to know your needs to save you time during the shopping experience, viewing only those products that will best serve you.

We are proud to serve areas like Norman, Moore, Edmond, and Yukon, OK, all from our Norman, OK showroom location. So, whether you need hardwood sanding, staining, or complete refinishing services for your entire home, be sure to visit us today.
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