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Hardwood refinishing can be necessary or optional

If you have hardwood flooring, you've heard about the refinishing process. But is hardwood refinishing necessary or optional?

This depends on several factors, and the more you know, the better decision you can make. So next, we'll help you decide whether refinishing or replacement is the best choice for you.

What is hardwood refinishing?

With light wear, refinishing can save you lots of money on replacement. Of course, the process is time-consuming, but it doesn't take as long as a replacement.

If you're unsure if you need hardwood refinishing, speak with an associate. We'll help assess your situation for the best results.

Technicians will use hardwood sanding to remove scratches, scuffs, and wear. This leaves a fresh layer of wood to which we'll add a new stain and finish.

When is replacement necessary?

Replacing your hardwood flooring is necessary if specific issues come up. For instance, extensive structural, water, or fire damage would require replacement.

Replacing your floors is also necessary if there is extensive wear. There has to be at least 3/4 of an inch thick or more for refinishing to be an option.

If you're ready to find out more about hardwood refinishing necessities and options, find out more. You're sure to find the answers you're looking for.

Visit us for wood floor refinishing or replacement

At Urban Flooring LLC, we cater to hardwood refinishing needs and more. Our experienced associates are always standing by to help you choose the best options.

We carry Johnson Hardwood, Mannington, and Paramount brands for wood floor replacement. And we'll make sure you find the best one for your home.

When you visit our Norman, OK showroom, we'll talk with you about your project in great detail. We serve residents from Norman, Moore, Edmond, and Yukon, OK, so stop by and speak with us about your needs.
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