Sanding and Installing process

Getting Ready!

 

How does the Installation of hardwood work?

 

How does the Sand and finish process work?                                               If floors are being sanded, finished, or refinished on site, you need to be prepared for some noise and disruption. Although we do have the dust reduction equipment, keep in mind some fine dust is to be expected. Anything in your home that would like to remain dust free we recommend covering those items or removing them from the home.

When your floors are ready to be stained (if desired) and the finish is applied, things will move quickly once the finish process begins. Because this is a critical phase, when the finish is being applied to your floors, you will not have access to the room or rooms until the finish is completely dried. Also, all pets and family members should be kept out the areas being worked for the duration.

How many days does it take to sand and finish a floor?               It all depends on the scope of work. If the customer hires us to install or just refinish we will let you know approximately how long the job will last and the exact process that will take place.

What about the dust?
Most people have worries about the amount of dust generated by finishing or re-finishing hardwood floors. Because the process of finishing floors involves sanding, there is always some dust, but we use top of the line dust reduction equipment to minimalize the amount. In fact, one of the most common comments that people make about Denton’s Hardwood Flooring is that we leave a clean job site.

Do we guarantee our work?
Yes. Denton’s Hardwood Flooring stands behind every job, We have bought our hardwood flooring from the same place for 20 years . It is very important to get wood that is NOFMA certified.