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Hardwood Flooring Refinishing Services

Experience the beauty and elegance of professionally refinished hardwood floors. Our expert team will bring new life to your worn-out floors, leaving them looking stunning and revitalized.

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Revitalize Your Floors with Our Refinishing Services

After many years of use, your hardwood floors are starting to look a little rough. Scratches, small dings, and even stains can start to make them look old and worn down. Sanding is the ideal solution for rejuvenating your hardwood floors without the expense and trouble of getting new flooring! It will make your floors look and feel brand new.
Sanding can improve the appearance of your hardwood floors, even if it can’t solve all their problems. Our professionals can assist you with the entire process to achieve the stunning, fresh-looking floors you desire

  • Sanding

    We use advanced sanding techniques to remove scratches, stains, and imperfections from your floors.

  • Repair

    Our skilled technicians will repair any damaged areas of your hardwood floors.

Our Process

Step-by-Step Refinishing Process

At Doctor Flooring, we believe in providing a seamless and transparent process for hardwood floor refinishing.From the initial consultation to the final completion, we ensure that every step is carried out with utmost efficiency and professionalism.

Consultation and Floor Assessment

Our team of experts will visit your location to assess your flooring needs and provide you with a detailed consultation.

Floor Preparation and Repair

We will prepare your existing floor by addressing any repairs or issues before proceeding with the refinishing process.

Professional Hardwood Finishing

Our skilled team will refinish your hardwood floor with precision and apply a flawless finish for long-lasting beauty.

Professional Refinishing Services for Long-Lasting, High-Quality Floors

Hardwood floors are tough, but they still start to wear down over time. The finish on top of the hardwood floors can become scratched or dented and the expansion and contraction of the wood itself can lead to floors that aren’t perfectly level. Over time, it becomes important to sand and refinish the hardwood floors to make them look like new again. Sanding removes the finish on the floor as well as a very thin top layer of the floor, getting rid of many of the unsightly issues that make the floor look old and worn. The floor is then refinished and ready to walk on again.


Professional refinishing services guarantee long-lasting floors that can withstand daily wear and tear.

Finish Quality

With our professional refinishing services, you can expect flawless finishes that enhance the beauty of your floors.

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Refinishing FAQs

Find answers to commonly asked questions about our wood refinishing process.

  • How long does sanding take?

    The length of the job varies depending on several factors. It is quicker to sand a large area than many small ones, as there are less edges to deal with. It also takes longer to sand floors that have a lot of finish left, as it requires more effort to remove all the layers. Moreover, if the wood has not been sanded for a long time, the sanding will take more time, as the boards are more uneven. They have to be sanded until they are flat again. Additionally, deeper scratches or stains may need more sanding time, as more wood has to be taken off to eliminate them.

  • When is sanding not an option?

    Sanding is great for issues with the finish and can be a good option to restore the floors if the expansion and contraction with the climate has caused them to cup a little bit. However, sanding cannot fix all issues with a hardwood floor. If the cracks have become too big or the scratches go deep into the wood itself, sanding may not be enough to fix the floors. In these cases, restoring the floors may require replacing some of the boards.
    If you're dealing with pet stains, be aware that they can deeply penetrate the wood, making them especially difficult to remove with sanding. To get rid of them completely, you would have to sand a lot of wood away. This may not be feasible if the floors have been sanded before or the stains are deep and old. In that case, it is wiser to replace the boards.

  • Can sanding can be done a few times?

    Sanding can be done a few times over the years to help your floors continue to look beautiful. However, sanding does remove the top layer of the wood. In most cases, around 1/16th of an inch will be removed when the floors are being sanded as it’s impossible to remove just the finish without removing a small amount of wood.

    If there are deep scratches or dents, more wood may need to be removed to correct them. Since hardwood floors are only around ¾ of an inch thick, after sanding the floors a few times, the wood begins to be too thin to sand and refinish. At that point, it’s better to begin thinking about replacing the floors with new hardwood floors.

  • What is the process of sanding a hardwood floor?

    Everything needs to be removed from the room where the floors will be sanded. The floors then need to be carefully sanded using a floor sander. These sanders are much bigger than the ones you might use to sand smaller projects at home and can be difficult to work with. A mistake while using them can gouge the floors, which means more sanding needs to be done to level the floors again. Sanding starts with the lowest grit needed to remove the finish and any issues on the flooring.
    The lower the grit number, the more material is removed at one time. A 36 grit sandpaper is going to remove a lot of the finish in one pass. However, it’s not going to look great. It needs to be followed up with a higher grit to smooth out the floors. Progressively moving on to a higher grit and sanding the floors again leads to a smoother floor with a better finish. Most sanding jobs require at least 3 passes with the sander, progressively using a higher grit each time, to remove the old finish, smooth out scratches, and get the floor smooth again.

  • What is "dustless hardwood floor refinishing?"

    Sanding creates a ton of sawdust as little bits of the flooring are removed through the sanding process. However, there is a dustless refinishing method available. A professional can use this method to ensure dust will not end up all over the house or in the air ducts where it can be spread throughout the home. This typically costs a little bit more than sanding itself, but most people feel it’s well worth the cost. With this method, they can have beautiful floors without worrying about dust getting all over their home.

  • Why choose an expert to handle hardwood floor sanding?

    There is a lot that can go wrong for DIY hardwood floor sanding. It’s possible, and easy, to deeply scratch the hardwood floors, especially if the DIYer is not experienced with using a huge floor sander. It’s also possible to use the wrong grit, making the job take longer or taking off more of the top layer of hardwood than is necessary. Plus, it just takes a lot longer when the person doing the floors isn’t experienced. This is not an easy job and should be left to the experts for the best results. Our team is experienced, with decades behind them working on hardwood floors, and we’re licensed and insured. We can make sure your hardwood floors look gorgeous again.