Over time, your beautiful hardwood flooring can end up looking drab and dull. After years of your kids running around the house in sneakers or soccer cleats, pets chasing after chew toys in the house, and pieces of furniture being moved from room to room, your floors can end up looking old and worn out. And if you’re thinking of selling your house, your scratched-up floors could decrease the value of your house.
So, what should you do? Thankfully, with most wood floors, you can bring them back to their original condition by refinishing them. The first step in the refinishing process involves sanding. (In this blog post, we’ll be covering sanding and not the other steps, such as staining the floor and adding coats of finish.) [Read more…]