Hardwood Refinishing in Norman, OK from Urban Flooring LLC

Can I refinish engineered hardwood floors?


When you have hardwood flooring, you don’t have to replace the materials as soon as they take on wear, such as scratches and scuffs. Instead, you can prepare to have them refinished for results that look almost as good as brand new flooring, so read along for the information that can help you with your project.

Your hardwood flooring is our concern


Once you install wood floors from top brands like Johnson Hardwood and Mannington, you can expect a certain level of performance across the board. However, most brands will show signs of wear after a few years, and engineered flooring is no different.

Since engineered flooring is constructed with only a veneer of natural hardwood on top of plywood layers, the number of times the product can be refinished depends on the thickness of the layer. As you might expect, the thicker the veneer, the more times the product can be refinished.

Hardwood finishing
can bring you the same stain color and finish option you had before, or you can choose to change it to meet a décor requirement better. For information about refinishing your engineered wood, be sure to stop by and speak with a flooring professional today.

Let us help with your hardwood finishing


When you trust Urban Flooring LLC for your flooring and floor services, you'll find us to be a full-service flooring store with a solid commitment to excellence. With more than 30 years of industry experience, you'll find you can easily trust us to get your flooring service completed in a way that brings the most successful results.

From our showroom in Norman, OK, we offer a wide selection of floor coverings and services that work right along with them. We serve the Norman, Moore, Edmond, and Yukon, OK areas, and we look forward to providing you with the hardwood sanding and finishing you need, so stop by for a consultation today.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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