Flooring installation method
Definition of Refinish
Floor refinishing refers to the process of sanding, smoothing, and applying new coats of lacquer to a hardwood floor.
Refinishing is a great way to prolong the life of wood floors and remove a dented floor finish, scuff marks, and discoloration.
Refinishing hardwood floors is necessary if a floor has:
- Water damage
- Faded and discolored
- Hard-to-remove stains
- Major scratches and dents
It’s also a good option if you want to change the color of your floors.
The following video takes you through the process of refinishing hardwood floors.
Example of Refinish in a Sentence
“Our hardwood floors look brand new after they were refinished last week.”