Use finishes if you're looking to resist abrasion or moisture damage to your floors, or simply want to improve the floor's appearance while protecting it from within.
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Advanced finish technology that allows the use of space-age ceramics to increase the abrasion resistance of the wear layer.
Vinyl-alkyd have superseded natural varnish made from vegetable oils. This product was commonly used before urethane finishes where introduced.
Increases abrasion resistance of the wear layer. Extremely popular on the better grades of hardwood floors.
Turns hardwood lighter without any undue harm. Typically paired with staining, "pickling" (turning the wood blonde) or "antiquing" wood.
Natural shellac contains wax and is not widely used for top coating in today's wood flooring market. Dewaxed shellac is becoming used more and more for a wood floor sealer.
Professional grade performance with easy application and water clean-up. The low VOC’s meet or exceed all local, state, and federal standards.
For over 100 years, DuraSeal® has been the industry leader in providing stains, sealers, finishes, fillers, and maintenance products for the hardwood flooring professional.
Exclusively formulated for site-finished hardwood floors and is sold to professional flooring contractors.
For a traditional, old-fashioned, hand rubbed appearance, in one easy step. Soaks into the wood and protects from within.
Petroleum base with a blend of synthetic resins, plasticizers that produce a durable surface that is moisture-resistant. Dries in appx 8 hours. Ambers with age. Comes in different sheen levels.
Gives a "wetted wood" look. Made with additives that improve drying and hardness. Can be used to stain and seal wood floors.
Oil finishes do not achieve the same glass smooth appearance on open-pored woods (ie. oak, mahogany, etc) as lacquer or wood topcoats. They are, however, much easier to apply and much more forgiving when mistakes happen.
From bleaching to conditioning, we can make your hardwood look as antique or modern as you'd like.
Quick-drying and commonly used on furniture pieces. Should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
A fairly translucent dye that enhances (rather than obscures) the wood. Dissolves and absorbes into the wood itself.
Water-based stains are suitable for most wood styles, but gains best results on hard, close grained woods (ex. maple & birch). Color remains clean & uniform. Can be combined with any finish.
Formulated to penetrate deeply into wood fibers. Provides excellent grain definition and rich color. Typically require longer drying time before sealers or topcoats are applied.
Used more on soft woods (ex. pine, maple or birch) to give a more even tone. A conditioner will pre-seal some of the wood pores so that stain will babsorbed more evenly. The finished color will be lighter than without conditioner so test a sample piece first.
Many people have beautiful hardwood hidden underneath their carpets, and all they need is to sand & refinish it to completely transform their floor. It is a much simpler and less expensive option for floor revitalization.
A waterborne, non-toxic, environmentally responsible cleaner, specially formulated for all types of residential hardwood floors. Unlike all-purpose cleaners, Bona will not dull your floor finish or leave an oily residue.
Maintain the beauty of your hardwood without damage during the cleaning process.
Buffing & coating can't be used to remove scratches, but can be cheaper than sanding and will leave a beautiful, complete finish.