If you have you been advised to replace your hardwood floors by an installation company, consider that there may be a conflict of interests at work. It is possible your floors can be saved and restored. We are true restoration experts. We are certified in sanding & refinishing by Bona (the world leader in hardwood finishing and floor care trusted by professionals since 1919). Let Wakefield Hardwood Floors help you make an informed decision on your floors. How much does it cost to refinish hardwood floors? Pricing is determined by the condition of your floor, the services you wish to have performed, the square foot and other varying factors. At Wakefield Hardwood Floors we offer clients service options for every price point. The refinished floor will be brought back to its original beauty.
Wood Flooring is your best choice when it comes to floor options and is an investment that adds value to your home. Hardwood floors are preferred over carpet flooring because they do not retain allergy causing pollen like carpets do. The investment in new wood flooring installation can last a life time. We are certified installers by and proud members of the NWFA.
If your wood floor has an uneven tone due to the sun, surface scratches or deeply ingrained gouges, warped or loose planks, we can quickly determine if the damaged floor board(s) need a simple repair or replacing. Wakefield Hardwood Floors will come to you and provide you with a FREE no obligation estimate. We serve the Tampa Bay area including St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
We offer a variety of stains to upgrade the look of your hardwood floors including custom stains. If you decide to stain your floor rather than leave it natural, you’ll need to pick a tone; there are various shades to consider including custom blends. Next, it’s time to select a finish. There are two main types: oil-and water-based, both of which are available in satin, semigloss, and gloss sheens. Oil-based versions will make the wood grow richer and darker in color with age. Each coat takes five to 12 hours to dry. Most water-based coatings dry clear—so the wood retains its original color—and often in less than an hour; they are applied in thinner layers than oil finishes, so they will require more coats. Since they are more scratch-resistant than their oil-based counterparts, they are ideal for pet owners.