Remember how good your floor used to look? (Part 1)
We have spoken many times about how great a new hardwood floor looks when it has first been installed. However, what some people forget is that despite the rigours of usage and general wear, these floors can be restored to nearly as new condition many years down the line.
In these articles we will be considering the best ways to go about having the natural beauty and shine restored to your aging wood floor. This can really bring some freshness to the room and have your floors back to their best in no time.
Even if you quite like the classic wood floor look and do not want them to be too shiny within your traditional styled home, you can still provide them with the maintenance they require for long-lasting durability.
By having this work done to wood flooring in a more modern setting, your room can be changed dramatically, bringing it right up to date. Most worn-out and dark-looking stains can be removed. Then the use of lighter stains can brighten up and make a room feel more airy and really change the look. If you want to go the full distance, you can even redecorate your walls at the same time for a total interior redesign.