Sanding wooden worktops may seem daunting to some. However, as wood sanding and restoration specialists, we are really passionate about the process. Our passion comes from many years in the industry. As a family-run business, we keep our customers as the focus of all of our decision-making. We work really hard to earn trust from each and every client that we work for. Over the many years in business, we have therefore diversified to provide additional and other services that compliment our existing ones. This has allowed us to grow a comprehensive portfolio of sanding and restoration services that we feel extremely proud of.
Sanding Wooden Worktops
A lot of our customers get in touch, concerned that their wooden worktops are looking dull, scratched and damaged. Wooden worktops are a really lovely alternative. They offer warmth, character and a durable option (if looked after properly). It is important to remember that all worktops, whatever the type need refinishing from time to time. Therefore, it is not just that wooden worktops need care, if you want your worktops to remain in good condition then they will need refinishing.
We have put together the following guide that briefly discusses the process of sanding and restoration of wooden worktops. Knowledge is power and we are always on hand to offer our clients valuable information and advice when needed.
If you feel your worktops are looking tired it is important to seek the help of a professional. When you get in touch you will speak with either Lorraine or Wes. We will arrange a convenient time to quote for the work. This survey process allows us to complete an accurate quotation, outlining all of the work needed. When work is scheduled, it is important to clean and clear all of the surfaces. This will speed up the process and means that we can get straight to work.
We use our dustless sanding system to sand the old coatings from your worktops. This may start with a courser grade sandpaper and then work down to a finer grade. It is important to run with the grain and to take care when using sanding machinery. The finish should be even and smooth. Any imperfections will quickly become visible once you apply your wood finish. Your wood finish should be applied and left to dry completely before returning anything to the surfaces. You have the option to completely change the look of your worktops, choosing a stain or you can select a natural finish. We are on hand to offer advice in relation to the best finishes to achieve your vision.
Get in touch today to request a quote for sanding wooden worktops. You can reach us on 07716 212907.