Dustless Floor Sanding

Chances are if your home has hardwood floors installed, at least some of the panels could benefit from a resurfacing application. However, you likely don’t have the necessary time to dedicate several days to have a contractor service them.

Another consideration for others is the costs associated with floor resurfacing services. Doing so requires a lot of labor prepping and sanding, as well as flooring repair materials.

While there is no substitution for refinishing wood floors, dustless hardwood floor sanding Seattle is the ideal choice for many homeowners. The process can get completed in as little as a single day and might be the cost-effective solution that works better for you.

If your wood floors only have minor repairs and you’re short on time, then call Hardwood Floor Refinishing Seattle for the affordable choice in dustless refinishing services. Request your refinishing quote today to see how much we can help you save.

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What is Dustless Refinishing?

Dustless wood floor refinishing is a convenient alternative to traditional service options. Rather than spending a week sanding your floors, dustless systems essentially buffer the top layer away.

Going this route allows you to enjoy a less invasive refinishing technique that achieves results quickly. Whether you find it difficult to get time off of work or you need it done before hosting company for the weekend, dustless floor refinishing may be the perfect answer to your needs.

Despite the name, there will be a minimal amount of dust created in the sanding process. However, we do our best to clean up after we complete your refinishing application.

If you would like to learn more about the dustless wood floor refinishing process, or you would like an obligation-free estimate, give us a call today. See why more homeowners are turning to dustless floor refinishing for their homes and decide if it’s right for yours.

Who Can Get Dustless Refinishing?

Using a dustless system on your hardwood floors might not be possible, or your panels may not be the best candidate for the process. If your floorboards require repairs, or if the scratching goes too deep, dustless systems won’t help them.
Because this process doesn’t strip away as much of the top layer of the floor panel as traditional refinishing services do, that also means it can’t extend its benefits past a certain point. And if there are structural problems with the flooring, be it from moisture, mold, or dry rotting, they’ll need to get replaced anyway.
However, if your home is still relatively new or you continue taking care of your floors, dustless refinishing may be all that they require. It all comes down to how old and worn the particular boards are and whether dustless systems can best assist them.

Using a dustless system on your hardwood floors might not be possible, or your panels may not be the best candidate for the process. If your floorboards require repairs, or if the scratching goes too deep, dustless systems won’t help them.
Because this process doesn’t strip away as much of the top layer of the floor panel as traditional refinishing services do, that also means it can’t extend its benefits past a certain point. And if there are structural problems with the flooring, be it from moisture, mold, or dry rotting, they’ll need to get replaced anyway.
However, if your home is still relatively new or you continue taking care of your floors, dustless refinishing may be all that they require. It all comes down to how old and worn the particular boards are and whether dustless systems can best assist them.