One inquiry I have been posed to on numerous occasions throughout the long term working in the wood flooring industry is; can my old fitted wooden floor be sanded and revamped? Many individuals have a wooden floor in their home that has been down for 6-10 years that is looking drained, dull, has scratches or colors in and has certainly been better. A great many people realize that parquet floors or unique flooring sections can be sanded back to make a wonderful completed floor, however how to manage a fitted wooden floor is somewhat seriously befuddling. Well ideally this little aide can reveal some insight into the issue.
Initially you really want to figure out what sort of floor you have, and above all that it is wood. In case your floor is a wood impact cover then, at that point, I’m apprehensive the main choice is to supplant it. Cover flooring comes in fluctuating level of value, yet more often than not it is basically a wood impact print adhered to either an MDF or plywood go conwood with an enamel on top, sanding it would just sand off the print and ruin the floor. Additionally, be certain that your floor isn’t a wood impact vinyl, they have become exceptionally famous lately as a result of their apparently low support characteristics, they are extremely simple to clean however when they are looking old and dull or scratched, sadly the main choice is to supplant.
There are two sorts of fitted wooden flooring; designed and strong wood flooring and the uplifting news is, both can be sanded and repaired to look as new as the day they were fitted. Designed wooden flooring can once in a while be confused with cover as it has a comparative development. Designed wood flooring has a slender layer of genuine wood, typically between 3-5 mm clung to a base of either MDF or employ board, on account of its development and that it is fitted along with a tongue and depression, it likewise remains exceptionally level. This implies whenever sanded accurately you ought to just need to sand off under a millimeter, so the floor can typically be sanded up to multiple times. Assuming that your floor is strong wood flooring it will have a fundamentally the same as appearance to designed on a superficial level, yet it will be built completely of one piece of wood from the surface to the base. Strong wood flooring is more costly to make and will unavoidably cost more to purchase, however as I would like to think it isn’t as great an item as designed as it is more inclined to twisting. Never the less and in particular it tends to be sanded and renovated commonly, depending in the development there is ordinarily between 7-10 mm over the tongue and groove and as long as you don’t sand down to this the floor will be fine.