As many fellow Texas residents and local homeowners will likely agree upon, the flooring system in your home can actually become an eyesore where once lain a literal centerpiece to your home’s interior design and decor if the floor’s finish has delipidated, worn down, or otherwise lost its luster. This can be a direct result for a variety of reasons but it is typically due to neglect, heavy foot traffic, a poor or subpar (re)finishing application initially, or because of just general “wear & tear”. Whichever the particular issue/cause may be, it’s in every homeowner’s best interest to apply a refinishing application to their flooring system sooner as opposed to later because the (re)finish that was previously applied is responsible for *protecting the material composition of the flooring itself. Moreover, while a professionally-rendered (re)finishing job to a property’s flooring system definitely adds an unmistakable appeal to your home, it is important to understand that most (re)finishing products are specifically designed to provide a level of slip-resistance as well. (This is especially crucial in those specific areas that are exposed to water and/or being well-traveled, such as a kitchen, washroom, or workshop.)
We understand that each home that we affect our (re)finishing services towards here in Texas is as unique and diverse as the customer who contracts our (re)finishing services in the first place. The distinction that makes those properties (and clients, of course!) so unique is often manifested in the flooring type and/or flooring system that comprises their property’s layout. To that effect, we’ve worked diligently over our storied tenure as a leading home improvement contractor here in Texas to thoroughly incorporate the most popular/widespread flooring types to be (re)finished in our repertoire of home improvement services offered.
By far one of the most influential and celebrated of flooring types, hardwood flooring (and all of its many expressions/species: teak, oak, cherrywood, bamboo, walnut, hickory, maple, cork, & engineered to name a few) can be a challenge to keep well-maintained and free of scuffing, splintering, or cracking if not properly (re)finished.
While linoleum flooring is often prized for its overall durability and dependability regarding impact or stain resistance, it does benefit tremendously from a professional’s attention and (ref)finishing services. Moreover, when properly carried out, (re)finishing services can actually extend the “service life” of a linoleum flooring system.
For those local clients and fellow property owners in the Texas area who are seeking affordable (re)finishing services for their vinyl floor and/or vinyl flooring system(s), we strongly recommend you to take into consideration our significant experience in the (re)finishing industry; specifically for vinyl flooring systems.
Ceramic tile, while undeniably appealing to behold when it is seamlessly installed and expertly (re)finished, can wear down over time because of heavy foot traffic and without the added protection of its (re)finishing application.
Similar to other flooring types and flooring systems in terms of aesthetic value and unquestionable allure, porcelain flooring also enjoys a tremendous benefit from professionally rendered (re)finishing services.
Granted stone flooring is renowned for not only its ability to provide a rustic, yet captivating, ambiance to a property’s design/layout but it also has the added bonus of being extremely resilient and receptive to professional (re)finishing services.
The comparisons to stone flooring versus concrete flooring are as time-honored as the actual discovery of the flooring systems themselves. Which is better? Which is more reliable? Which lasts longer? While the answer is by no means clear-cut or definitive, one thing is for certain: each flooring will eventually be in need of (re)finishing (if not already so).
Whether the particular tile flooring system features large, robust tiles and simplistic layouts or if the tile floor showcases tiles in concise and strategic placement, it’s worth remembering that it’s best to enlist a professional when affecting any (re)finishing services. (Regardless of whatever the particular expression the tile flooring system enjoys.)