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    Refinishing wood flooring tips

    Carpenters

    How often should I have my wooden floor refinished? How can I tell if it needs to be refinished? Does this only apply to hardwood floors?

    Asked by Luke on 4th Feb 2021
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    Perfect Construction

    "It really all depend on how much wear and tear there is and whether you are happy with a more rustic look. There is not a wrong or right answer to this unless it is in a room where the floor is being exposed to water ie kicthen floors, bathrooms, or hallways then in those situation I would probably refinish every 1-2 years. Again do you like the rustic look? In that case 2-3 years."

    Answered on 4th Feb 2021 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
    P&M Carpentry

    "Once a year roughly or when colour dulls or gets damaged this only really apply to real wood floors not laminate or engineered"

    Answered on 8th Feb 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    JEP Property Ltd

    "This of course depends on existing finish, the amount of wear, and your expected visual quality of finish. At the minimum, prevention of damage to the timber is important, and the point of repair/replacement of the finish and seal is the point where the timber is exposed to moisture and more direct wear. You may consider this to be when noticeable areas of wear are seen on areas of heavy traffic. The type of finish depends on which timber you have. The answer depends on an inspection."

    Answered on 4th Feb 2021 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Svd Property Renovations ltd

    "All depends on the wear, discolouration of the product. Their is no real time scale. Apples to any floor that is not a finished product. E.g laminate you don’t need to. Stained/varnished timer, yes."

    Answered on 4th Feb 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report

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