Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Hardwood Floor Refinishing by Bodanske Wood Flooring

Hardwood floor refinishing has come a long way over the years. Today, refinishing a floor is less intrusive than you expect. Homeowners appreciate the convenience of staying in their home for most or all of the refinishing process.

A master craftsman with 25 years of flooring experience, Tom Bodanske is a highly skilled hardwood floor refinisher. He follows National Wood Flooring Association guidelines, resulting in beautiful, long-lasting results. Contact us today for a free quote!

High-Quality Products for Long-Lasting Results

Bodanske Wood Flooring uses industry-recommended refinishing products tested over time for application and performance. Bodanske Wood Flooring prefers using water-based products with minimal fumes as the recommended choice highlighting lower VOCs. Low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) flooring results in better air quality and fewer health risks.

Dust-Containment System

Before refinishing begins, Bodanske Wood Flooring removes the moldings, as needed, around the perimeter and sands the hardwood floor. Floor sanding creates dust as a byproduct, so controlling dust is essential. Fortunately, Bodanske Wood Flooring’s dust-containment system captures a majority of the dust created in the floor sanding process. Less dust means less cleaning after the floor is refinished. 

Floor Refinishing dust collection system
Church floor refinishing with protective tarps and dust collection
hardwood floor being sanded with dust collection

Timing for Refinishing Your Hardwood Floor

Hardwood floors, typically ¾-inch thick, can be sanded and refinished several times throughout their lifespan, depending on overall use and wear and tear. An alternative to a re-sand would be a maintenance coat (also known as buff and re-coat). The process consists of a deep cleaning, light buffing of the existing polyurethane, and the application of one coat of commercial grade, water-based polyurethane. This process will extend the life of the floor.

When is it time to refinish a hardwood floor?

  • To refresh an aged hardwood floor due to normal wear and tear
  • To refinish the hardwood floor before moving into a recently purchased home
  • To refinish the hardwood floor before selling your home to increase equity and marketability
  • To refresh areas of the floor that begin to look grey especially high traffic areas such as entry ways or hallways
  • To refinish areas of the floor that lack shine or luster
  • To restore a floor with water damage
  • To show the natural beauty of a hardwood floor revealed when carpeting is removed

Almost any floor can be saved!

glossy refinished hardwood floor

Contact us for a Free Estimate

Based in Pulaski, Wisconsin, Bodanske Wood Flooring serves homeowners located within a 50-mile radius of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Contact Tom for a free estimate for flooring jobs in Brown County, Shawano County, Outagamie County, Oconto County, and southern Marinette County. Enhance the look of your home with hardwood flooring.