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Hardwood Floor Cleaning, Wax Removal & Refinishing

Hardwood Floor Cleaning Restoration Specialists

We are your local Hardwood Floor Cleaning and Refinishing Specialist in Atlanta and the surrounding area. Therefore, we can restore your hardwood floors to their original shine and appearance. Also, as professional hardwood floor experts, we have many options depending on the level of restoration required. Traditional mops and floor sweepers leave behind dirt and waxy solutions that allow the chemicals to penetrate deep into grains and crevices. This build-up will leave behind a malleable layer of waxy solutions over your hardwood, causing a dull and hazy look.

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Hardwood Floor Cleaning & Buffing

175 buffer rotary machine hardwood floor cleaning

Hard surface floors are more popular than ever. It’s common to see these high-traffic areas take on dirt, grime, light scratches, scuff marks, blemishes, and waxy substances, which leave behind a dull, hazy appearance. Of course, traditional cleaning methods only push around dirty water and don’t remove the dirt and blemishes. Furthermore, our professional hardwood floor clean and buff process removes the grime, light scratches, scuffs, and blemishes, leaving your hardwoods with a beautiful finish.

Hardwood Floor Cleaning Process

Step 1. Harwood Floor Preparation:

Preparing the area before commencing the cleaning process, our professional hardwood floor techs ensure that the surrounding area is prepared. Furthermore, this includes removing furniture, rugs, and other objects that may obstruct the cleaning process. Note, that we are not responsible for moving furniture in and out of rooms to clean entire areas. Whereas, that is the responsibility of the client. Of course, we will help clear out areas with minimal amount of furniture.

Step 2. Dry Vacuum:

Dry vacuuming to remove loose debris.  Moreover, we use high-powered hepa-filtered vacuum systems with specialized hardwood floor attachments to effectively remove loose debris such as dust, pet hair, and dirt from the surface and crevices of the floor. Furthermore, this step minimizes the risk of scratching during subsequent cleaning.

Step 3. Hardwood Floor Cleaner:

Hardwood floors tend to build up a layer of dirt and grime from years of foot traffic, spills, and waxy acrylic solutions. Therefore, we take extra care to makes sure this is removed with specially formulated hardwood floor cleaning and buffing solutions

Step 4. Professional Floor Cleaning Equipment:

Next we employ specialized hardwood floor cleaning equipment such as floor buffers and Dirt Dragons, or Tornado BR 16 floor scrubber. Of course, this equipment is the most powerful industry standard equipment available for hardwood floor cleaning.  Therefore, our rotary floor machines and scrubbers are used to agitate and lift embedded dirt and grime from the floor. Ultimately, these machines ensure thorough cleaning while minimizing the risk of damage to the floor's finish.

Step 5. Drying and Inspection:

After the deep cleaning process, the floor is carefully dried using microfiber mops or pads to remove any excess moisture. In conclusion, our technicians then inspect the floor for any remaining issues that may require further attention, followed by any appropriate finish applied if required. 

Screen & Recoat

hardwood floors with new coat of polyurethane applied

Screen and recoat is our sand-less refinishing service. Hardwood Floors have a top surface layer of polyurethane that protects the wood from wear and tear. Whereas, over time this top layer collects surface scratches from pets and furniture and gets worn too thin where it no longer protects the wood underneath. Therefore, our screen and recoat process removes this top layer of polyurethane then new poly is reapplied to restore to look of your hardwood floors, giving you another 3-5 years of protection.

Screen and Recoat

Step 1. Hardwood Floor Preparation:

Thoroughly cleaning the floor surface is the first step in the screen and recoat process. Of course, the surface must be cleared of all debris to ensure not to further damage the actual wood floor itself.  Furthermore, our techs will utilize specialized cleaning solutions and techniques to remove dirt, dust, and other contaminants that can compromise the finish's adhesion.

Step 2. Screening the Existing Finish:

Using a floor buffer fitted with a fine-grit sanding screen, we will carefully screen the existing finish. Therefore this process lightly abrades the surface, eliminating minor imperfections, scuffs, and scratches. Likewise, it prepares the floor for optimal adhesion of the new finish.

Step 3: Applying a New Coat of Polyurethane:

Once the floor has been thoroughly screened, we will apply a fresh coat of polyurethane finish. Naturally, we high-quality products specifically formulated for hardwood floors, ensuring a durable and aesthetically pleasing result. The application is done evenly and with meticulous attention to detail, guaranteeing a smooth and uniform appearance.

Step 4: Drying and Curing the Finish:

After the finish has been applied, it needs sufficient time to dry and cure. As as result, we will provide guidelines on how long to wait before moving furniture back into the space or allowing foot traffic. Moreover, this drying and curing period ensures that the finish sets properly, maximizing its durability and longevity.

Step 5: Conducting a Final Inspection:

To ensure that the screen and recoat process has been executed to perfection, we will conduct a final inspection. Therefore, we will examine the floor for any remaining imperfections, ensuring that the finish is smooth and free of streaks or bubbles. Likewise, any necessary touch-ups are made to achieve a flawless end result.

Wax Removal

wax removal on hardwood floors using a floor rotary machine and pad

Waxy and acrylic rejuvenator products leave a dull and hazy build-up over time. In most cases, the answer is to reapply yet another layer of floor shine to try and make your hardwood floors shine again. Furthermore, this waxy layer build-up begins to trap dirt and small particles. When dirt particles get trapped in this layer, it’s impossible to remove these particles without removing the wax itself. Therefore, our process emulsifies the wax build-up, followed by a thorough rotary brush scrubbing that lifts and extracts the waxy solution leaving a smooth-to-the-touch surface.

Hardwood Floor Wax Removal

Step 1. Identifying and Testing the Presence of Wax:

We will test the hardwood floor for the presence of wax. Therefore, this will help determine the necessary removal process.

Step 2. Hardwood Floor Preparation:

Before commencing the removal process, it is essential to prepare the area. Therefore, this involves removing all furniture and obstructions from the room to allow easy access to the entire floor surface. Additionally, protecting adjacent surfaces, such as baseboards or carpets, with masking tape or protective coverings, prevents accidental damage.

Step 3. Dusting and Vacuuming:

To eliminate loose debris and prevent scratching during the removal process, the floor surface must be thoroughly dusted and vacuumed. Furthermore, specialized tools, such as a hepa-filter vacuums, microfiber mop or soft-bristle broom, will be used to ensure all dirt and dust particles are removed.

Step 4. Choosing and Applying Appropriate Removal Method:

Based on the amount of wax we find, our techs will choose the most appropriate removal method. Therefore, mechanical methods, such as abrasion, sanding, or scraping, may be used for thicker wax layers. Also, chemical methods, including stripping agents or solvents, are employed for thinner or less stubborn wax coatings, or a combination of the two.

Step 6. Removing Residual Wax:

Once the initial wax layer is removed, any residual wax should be addressed. Likewise, specialized tools and techniques, such as a floor buffer or gentle scraping, can be employed to ensure a thorough removal without causing damage to the underlying hardwood surface.

Step 7. Cleaning and Refinishing:

After the wax removal process, it is essential to clean the floor surface thoroughly. Subsequently, this involves removing any remaining residue and restoring the natural beauty of the hardwood. Following the cleaning process, applying appropriate sealants or finishes can further protect the floor and enhance its longevity.

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Professional Hardwood Floor Cleaning and Refinishing Services in Atlanta

Your floors are an expensive investment in your home or business. Routine maintenance can increase the life of your hardwoods for years to come. At some point, all hardwood floors will lose their polyurethane protective layer. Soon you begin to lose the color in higher traffic areas where the stain has worn off. Our uniquely trained hardwood floor specialists can bring your floors back to life. Therefore, if you need a hardwood floor cleaning, buffing, or screen and recoat, request a quote from one of our hardwood floor specialists.
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