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Choosing the Right Floor Renewal Solution

Over time your floors may appear to be in such bad condition that they need to be completely replaced or sanded down. They may have separated or suffered color loss due to traffic wear patterns or sun fading. N-Hance can repair or disguise much of the damaged areas and restore that original life and luster to your floors.

When Do I Renew (N-Hance)?

  • Some visible wear, light surface scratches, minimal board separation are present
  • The finish looks dull and faded
  • Dirt and grime have built up over time
  • Minor sun fading or water damage is present
  • Floors have cross grain scratches, water damage or deep impressions
  • Traffic patterns are visible and may be gray or black

N-Hance Floor Renewal Options

Basic Floor Renewal
Basic Floor Renewal

The ideal Basic Floor Renewal job is a floor that has some visible wear with light surface scratches. The finish is pretty much intact with no signs of bare wood. Separations between the boards are minimal and the entire floor requires minor touch-up, if any. A Basic Floor Renewal is typically completed in just one day.

Hammered Floors
Hammered Floor Renewal

The Hammered Floor Renewal is for a little rougher floor with grey to black traffic areas that have been worn down to the bare wood. The finish may be intact along the perimeter of the room, but the center of the floor is completely worn. Deep impressions and cross grain scratches are visible due to large dogs, children or moving furniture around such as a piano or refrigerator. Water damage may be present on this type of floor and separations between the boards run throughout the entire wood surface. With this type of floor the technician needs to screen and fill the floor and it may take 1-2 days to finish the job.

Non-Sandable Floors
Non-Sandable Floor Renewal

There are many floors that cannot be sanded such ascork, bamboo, some engineered floors and the increasingly popular hand-scraped or distressed floors. Even with solid wood floors that can be sanded, you can only do it one or two times before you’re down to the tongue and groove. Because the N-Hance process doesn’t generally go down to the grain level, we can refinish all of these types of floors. N-Hance is your only solution for these types of popular floors.