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Our experienced crews are ready to take on your project in Chester County. We offer a hassle free solution for resurfacing your hardwood floor.
Our customers in Chester County Pennsylvania are amazed at our ability to transform their old worn out floors into floors that look brand new. There is no reason to replace your historic wooden floors, our 5 step refinishing process is able to strip off the old floor finish and make your floors look like they were just installed. Premier Floor Refinishing has three crews that have extensive experience working on all species of hardwood flooring. Using a combination of drum sanding machines and rotary sanding equipment, your floors will be restored to their former glory. Don't replace your hardwood floor, resand and restore your hardwood floor to its original condition.
Bruce Backer has been operating Premier Floor Refinishing since 2013. Over the years, Bruce has established himself as Chester Springs’s preferred hardwood floor resurfacing company. His dedicated flooring crews have been trained to be delicate and precise as they care for your hardwood floor. By using the right floor resurfacing equipment and high quality floor finishing supplies, Premier Floor Refinishing is able to exceed expectations year after year.
It is a difficult life to your Hardwood Floor. Always getting walked all over, things get dropped on them, furniture sliding across them, drinks being spilled, and we haven’t even mentioned what the cats and dogs do to them. It is no wonder they need some help from time to time.
They don't mean to do it, but some dogs have bad habits and they can damage your floors by scratching with their claws. Since these scratches typically only penetrate the finish, the problems can be rectified with sanding off the old finish and a few millimeters of the surface of the wood. Once the surface is smooth a new layer of protective sealer can be added.
There is always a risk when moving large items in your house. Whether it is furniture or appliances, there is always a chance that your floors are going to get accidentally damaged. Most movers and appliance companies are used to claims from their customers that their wood floors have been damaged. Get reimbursed for the repair
Water is the enemy of wood. As wood becomes saturated, it will swell up in size and begin to buckle making the surface appear rippled and bumpy. First, It needs to dry out before anything can be done, then it may be able to be resanded to get the surface dead level again. Sometimes the wood is too damaged, and a complete replacement is the only option
There may be some areas in your home that incur a significant about of foot traffic. Over time, this constant movement can wear off the top layers of protective floor finish. Hardwood floors that have raw wood showing through need to be reconditioned by sanding off all of the finish and then recoat them with a new layer of polyurethane.
Whoops! That is going to leave a mark! Dropping heavy things onto your hardwood floors can happen from time to time. Perhaps over the years the dents are adding up, and your floors don't look the same anymore. By sanding off the top few millimeters of wood, these scratches will disappear and your floors will look like new again.
Red Wine, Cat Urine, Paint, there is a long list of liquids that threaten the beauty of your floors. The top protective layers of polyurethane is usually good at keeping these stains from penetrating to the wood, but there are some instances when the spills can get through and permanently damage your floors, and refinishing the floor is your only option
In an effort to control the fumes that off-gas as the sealer coats dry, Bruce is able to recommend a number of Low VOC polyurethane sealers. Bruce wants to be sure that you and your family have a safe and healthy floor finishing experience.
Bruce offers his advice for a range of colors that could be used to stain your floors. Depending on the species of wood, the same color of the stain could vary significantly. Bruce has the experience to provide suggestions and options.