Finally! You’ve finally had your wood floors sanded down and refinished. The flooring guys have done their magic and have taken off (and by flooring guys we hope it was us!) Now what? Well before you throw a huge housewarming party, host a tap dancing contest or start an inhome bowling business in your home, here are some do’s and dont’s regarding freshly refinished hardwood floors.
I was only 8 years old on one random, sunny Saturday morning when my father woke me up and invited me to tag along for the day to meet up with his crew. At the time I had a very vague understanding of exactly what it was my father did for work as a foreman for a professional hardwood floor resurfacing company.
Often times we get asked whether one should hold off on painting before or after the floors are done. Whether you’re a doing it yourself or hiring a painting contractor the answer is the same, it’s completely up to you.
Provided that you as a painter (or your painting contractor) are neat and meticulous by nature then painting after floors are finished is ok.
Wondering if you’re hardwood floors and furry friend can live together in harmony? The answer is yes, however there is some upkeep you must do on your end.