Sand and Refinish a Hardwood Floor

Sand and Refinish of a Solid Hardwood Floor

Sanding and refinishing of solid hardwood floors has come a long way in the past years. Our sanding equipment has become virtually dustless, stains and finishes are low V.O.C, and curing times have shortened. For you as a customer this means:

  • Less intrusive, virtually no dust
  • Less odors
  • Faster turnaround times

When sanding and refinishing a solid hardwood floor,

we completely remove the old finish until we arrive at “new” wood. Once stripped, we trowel fill the floor to remedy any separation of planks, little nicks and cracks in the wood. Next, we sand and hand edge your floors once again. After this step we apply the desired color or stain to your floor. If undecided, we can place sample color swabs on your floor for your selection at this point. At last we apply two coats of commercial grade finish on your floor to protect it. Our finish comes in different sheen levels from matte to gloss and, of course, your choice will be applied.

Before Sand And Refinish Solid Hardwood Floor Copy
Historic, solid red oak floor before
Before Sand And Refinish Solid Hardwood Floor
Historic, solid red oak floor before
After Sand And Refinish Solid Hardwood Floor
Historic, solid red oak floor after we sanded and refinished it.
After Sand And Refinish Solid Hardwood Floor
Historic, solid red oak floor after we sanded and refinished it.

Sand and Refinish an Engineered Hardwood Floor

Sanding and refinishing of engineered hardwood floors is more complicated than refinishing a solid wood floor. Engineered wood floors usually consist of a plywood core and a thin wear layer of solid wood adhered to the top of it. If the wrong equipment is used, a sander will sand right through the wear layer and arrive at the plywood layer, effectively rendering your floor
useless. Mission Hardwood has invested in specialized equipment and has developed proprietary techniques to be able to sand and refinish many of these engineered floors, effectively extending their useful life by double or triple.

The process of sanding and refinishing an engineered hardwood floor is also much less intrusive then only a few years ago. All of the equipment used is 99.5% dustless (per manufacturer), all materials are low V.O.C and eco-friendly.

This engineered hardwood floor was stained to match the residences new colors during a sand and refinish.

Engineered Hardwood Floor
Engineered hardwood floor after a sand and refinish with a color change
Engineered hardwood floor before
Engineered hardwood floor before

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