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Hardwood Floor Refinishing In Markham

Maintain The Beauty Of Your Floor And Enhance Property Value

Markham Hardwood FlooringProfessional hardwood floor refinishing services can help restore the beauty of your oak, maple, birch and cherry floors. Once of the greatest benefits of installing hardwood flooring is that it gets better with age. Like any other item on your property however, its appearance and lifespan is impacted by proper maintenance.

Robar Flooring offers professional hardwood flooring installation and refinishing services for properties in and around Markham. We can help restore the original beauty of your wood floors. Installing hardwood flooring is a smart decision. It not only gives your home or business a rich, elegant and warm look but also enhances the value of your property. Once installed efficiently, the right care will help the wood last for a long time.

How To Preserve And Protect Your Hardwood Flooring In Markham:

  • Vacuum (more effective than sweeping) using the ‘bare floor’ option at least once a week.
  • Clean after any event that brings dirt and mud into your premises. Gravel and dirt are hardwood’s biggest enemies, they can leave scratches and marks on your hardwood flooring.
  • Use cleaning products that are designed for hardwood. Other cleaning agents can cause permanent damage. Do not use ammonia either.
  • Never pour water onto the floor while mopping it, use a damp cloth instead. Mop up spills immediately, they too can cause permanent damage.
  • Never use wax on a floor with a urethane or other glossy finish.
  • Use felt pads under furniture legs to prevent scratches when moving them. Lift rather than drag.
  • Protect the floors from the damage caused by direct sunlight by using blinds or sheers.
  • Avoid walking on the hardwood floor with stiletto heels. Tip: It is preferable to avoid wearing shoes altogether, opt for indoor slippers instead.
  • Trim your pet’s nails.
  • Use cotton area rugs and mats in high traffic areas and sites of frequent spills. Rubber and vinyl tend to trap water underneath. Remember to move them frequently so that these areas of the floor remain the same colour as the exposed floor.

The look and durability of hardwood flooring also depends on product and installation quality. While hardwood floor refinishing is imminent at some point, a premium grade product and the right care can help postpone this exercise and expense.

Markham Hardwood Flooring Company Offers Quality Products And Workmanship

Hardwood comes in many colours and finishes with options for a variety of style preferences.  It is also highly recommended for those with allergies and respiratory ailments like asthma. Unlike carpet, vinyl and laminate, it can be refinished rather than replaced. No matter which way you look at it, wood floors offer maximum returns on your investment.

For refinishing, consider a professional Markham hardwood flooring service like Robar Flooring. We provide services for all types of wood floors. Every project is completed on time, within budget and with minimum disruption to your daily schedule. A large network of hardwood flooring suppliers helps us meet the most discerning tastes as well as the most stringent budgets.

Our large selection of hardwood flooring offers endless design possibilities for your Markham property. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we can get it for you, and soon!

Call us today at 416-822-6184 for all your hardwood flooring needs in Markham and the neighbouring areas.

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Samples of hardwood floor installation

There are many options and possibilities when it comes to hardwood flooring and its installation. Few of the most common types include:

All of the above are either nailed or glued down on top of existing sub-floor. In condominiums or commercial properties where sub-floor consists of concrete, plywood is applied on top of the slab in order to allow for nailing of the floor. All glued down floors can be directly applied on top of the concrete. See diagrams below outlining different floor types, installation techniques as well as examples of transition and finishing trims commonly used.