For this particular oak floor sanding project, our client was concerned about the orange tones on their floor. Why do wooden floorboards go orange? Old varnishes can give wood an orange or yellow appearance.
UV light reacts with the finish and slowly turns the finish darker or yellowish. This process can be quite a slow process. Furthermore, it is likely to make you feel more than lack-lustred about your wood floor.
This does not mean that you have to live with your wooden floor in this state. The cost of wood floor restoration is more competitively priced than you may think. And you get so much for your money. Going above and beyond for our clients comes very naturally to us. We therefore aim to offer a service that cannot be rivalled.
Oak Floor Sanding
Here are some after images of a solid oak floor sanding project in Coventry. We were able to strip away the orange tones and leave just a beautiful natural matt finish. For further information of how we can help you, message, call or WhatsApp on 07716 212907. We offer a free, no obligation estimate, fita, Lagler and floor skills trained and are fully insured.
Another client commented:
“Communication is always great with this team.
We had a traditional oiled oak floor which was well worn and gone a little orangey.
We opted for a grey oiled finish whilst we upgraded and painted our kitchen. Wes provided a good range of samples to help us decide.
To be honest, it did take me a little time to adjust to how different it looked, but we have since had so many compliments and I do absolutely love it.
Lorraine and Wes are very professional- tidy, clean, polite and work really hard.
We needed some aftercare and advice and Lorraine and Wes are readily available to help.
If you want a company that provides a fantastic finish and continues to help after the job has been done, this is the one for you. Excellent experience.”