Hardwood Floors

Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning

nwfaCertified by the National Wood Flooring Association

When is time to renew your floors, recoating will be your least costly option. It should be done when the floor begins to show wear, don’t wait until the finish is completely worn off and dirt and spills have penetrated the wood.

Recoating wood floors provides a fresh “wear-layer” of finish and helps “even-out” the surfaces returning that like new shine; using our state of the art process of dust containment.

Proper recoating will often extend the life of your floor and is significantly less time consuming and less expensive than re-sanding. To determine whether a floor is a candidate for these process or not, we will refer it to our testing procedures.

Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning

Our hardwood floor cleaning process uses a high-speed rotary brush and neutral ph cleaning solution.  As our technicians clean your floor, a powerful vacuum extracts both the dirt and the excess cleaning solution.
The entire process is low-odor, non-toxic and dust-free.

At home care:

•Vacuum or sweep floors regularly. We do not recommend using waxes and silicone-based products.  These products may have to be stripped off in the future causing damage to your floor.

•Remove spills promptly.

•Place indoor/outdoor mats at entryways and area rugs in high traffic areas.

•Rubber backing or latex padding may damage wood floors.

•Maintain consistent humidity levels in your home to prevent floors from swelling, or exposing gaps.

•Avoid deep scratches. Avoid dragging furniture across hardwood floors.  Pets & high heels can damage wood flooring.

•Use Neutral PH Professional Hardwood Floor products.

•Schedule Hi-Tech Cleaning every 6-12 months.