Refinish Your Hardwood Floors Get Them Looking New Again!
Refinishing is the cost effective alternative to replacing hardwood floors
Our location in the heart of Bucks County has given us years of experience refinishing the floors in the beautiful historic homes and businesses our area has to offer.
Our knowledge, quality of workmanship, machinery and products we use cannot be compared.
We Are Proud To Offer Our Customers The Most Advanced Dust Containment System Available!
Exclusive two-step cyclonic intake system
Hospital-grade HEPA Filter
Continuous bag collects dust and eliminates exposure of collected dust to the job site
Considerably reduces the dust nightmare generally associated with refinishing
Meets EPA Lead Abatement Criteria
GREENGUARD Certified for Indoor Air Quality
The only GREENGUARD certified hardwood flooring finishing system in the industry.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to vacate my house?
No, vacating your home is not necessary. Our High Quality Low VOC Finishes and State of the Art Dust Containment System Allow You to Remain in Your Home During the Process
Can I select a new color for my floor?
Absolutely. Visit our Stain Colors Page We will provide you with a selection of stain samples on your actual sanded floor to choose from. You can also choose "natural" and instead of stain a sealer is applied to leave you with the natural color of your wood.
When will I be able to use my floor?
- You will be able to walk on your floor with socks 3 hours after staining or coating.
- Furniture can be returned after 72 hours. It should be placed, not dragged on your new floor.
- Area rugs can be returned 2 weeks after completion.
What should I look for in a refinishing company?
Skilled knowledgeable craftsmen. A clean appearance and trucks. Someone who takes pride in their appearance will take pride in their work. A contractor should welcome questions and communication. This is always a good indication of the quality of service you will receive. A good contractor will include you in the stain and finish selection process and keep you informed during your project.
It is important to know what products are being supplied and the condition and type of equipment used. Insist on Dust Containment System where the equipment is connected to a dustless vacuum and products that are low in VOC to make a safer environment for your family.
Most companies use subcontractors for their refinishing - Why should I always ask if a company uses subcontractors instead of full-time payroll employees?
Using subcontractors obviously creates inconsistancy from one job to the next, communication issues and lack of knowledge about your project. Most subcontractors have a revolving door of staff so you don't know who is showing up to your home, if they are properly insured, trained or have a criminal history - the company you hired might not even know. Most importantly, what many people don't realize is that if a company does not pay their subcontractors, or there is discrepency over the amount owed, that subcontractor has the legal right to come back to you, the home owner, for compensation - Regardless if you paid the initial company or not! Without a doubt, it is best to use a company that only uses in house fully insured employees.
What can happen if inexperienced contractors with poorly maintained equipment and low quality finishes are used? (SEE EXAMPLE BELOW)
Improperly refinished floors with poorly maintained equipment can leave machine marks and rippling in your floor.
Dust emitting machines will leave a dusty messy environment and that airborne dust will settle and remain in your finish.
Low quality finishes can result in peeling and beading and reduce the longevity of your floor. You can be left with a smelly environment for weeks and an unsightly finished product.
G R Flooring's equipment goes through quarterly inspection and preventative maintenance to ensure optimal performance and provide the best possible outcome.
When Refinishing Goes Wrong - A Cautionary Tale
The first three Before Photos show a completed stained refinish by a general contractor's "floor guy" - and show what can happen when an inexperienced contractor attempts to refinish floors.
The last three are After Photos of our correction.
Unfortunately, this is an all too common occurance and we are frequently recruited to do a correction - adding headache, inconvenience, time and expense to a customer's project.
This is due to the lack of experience, lack of product knowledge and heavy expense required to purchase and properly maintain equipment and retain skilled technicians. As a result most contractors aren't adequately prepared to perform this process.
When should I get my floors refinished?
If you have any of the following:
Wear From Children and Toys
Damage From Pets
High Foot Traffic
Use of Incorrect Cleaning/Polish Products
Floors That Have Lost Their Luster or Shine
To Prep Your Home for Sale
To Change Color or Sheen
Hardwood 5 years or older
It's Time For Refinishing
ASK ABOUT OUR NEW BONA TRAFFIC NATURALE FINISH
A POPULAR CHOICE FOR A RAW WOOD LOOK
The next generation of wood floor protection that preserves the true natural look of hardwood floors. This waterborne commercial and residential hardwood floor finish will get you as close to an untreated look and feel as possible while still providing your floor with a durable surface.
Elegant look and noticeably unique feeling underfoot give this finish superb, Traffic-like durability, and because of its natural look, scratch marks are less visible.
Before - Yellowed Sun Damaged Hickory Floor
After - Bona Naturale Low VOC Matte
Sanding Process - Sanded Raw
Coating Process - Stained mix Bona Grey/Graphite & Bona Naturale
G R Flooring Customer - Washington Crossing, PA - Lyptus Hardwood Sealed Natural with Bona Traffic Finish
High School Gym Floor Refinish - coated with Bona Sport Poly
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Located in Warrington, PA Proudly serving Bucks County and Montgomery County in PA