Buff-and-coat treatments address superficial imperfections, while the sand-and-refinish restoration technique fixes damaged wood.
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While we advise homeowners to never ignore buffing and coating as an excellent way to preserve the beauty of their hardwood floors, not everything can be fixed with a buffer and a new coat of polyurethane. It is true that periodically screening and recoating your floors extends the life of your planks by making invasive […]
Waxing hardwood floors leads to buildup, does not offer a good barrier from damage and makes future projects difficult.
Buffing and coating is a simple and affordable way to improve the look of worn hardwood floors.
Buffing and coating is a fast, non-disruptive and affordable way of keeping hardwood floors in top shape.
Royal Wood Floors explains how inexpensive buff-and-coat services can save the beauty of hardwood floors and why it is hard to believe it.
So you understand the importance of periodically screening and recoating your wood floors and want to hire buffing and coating services. What should you expect from this process? Before Buffing and Coating Even though buffing and coating is a simple process, much less disruptive than a full sand-and-refinish job, you still have to move your […]
The best advice you can follow as a hardwood floor owner is to regularly buff and coat your floors. If you want to avoid costly sanding and refinishing jobs or replacement projects that drain your finances, giving your floors the periodic buff-and-coat treatment is the best way to preserve their beauty and extend their life. […]
Buffing and coating is an easy and cost-effective way of giving hardwood floors a new face. Find out about the 7 benefits you should know in this article.
Royal Wood Floors Explains Why Buffing and Coating Services Are the First and Cheapest Line of Defense for Beautiful Hardwood Floors
Tampa-based wood floor restoration company advises homeowners to always consider a buff and coat project as their first option when restoring their wood floors.