How to Protect Timber Floors From Furniture

Protecting timber floors from damage is vital to keep them looking great. Dirt, grit, water and furniture can combine to make your stunning timber floor look drab. The best advice is to place mats at all entries and prepare your furniture. How can I protect my hardwood floors from furniture? Furniture legs can cause severe damage to hardwood timber floors. …

Timber Floor Finishes

Timber floor finishes are the protection layer applied to your timber floor. This is after running through the sanding processes. You have a large range of products to choose from. Like everything you buy, there are levels of quality, and price variances. These will reflect in the look and durability of your finished floor. This flooring image helps with a …

Choosing A Quality Floor Sanding Service

When updating your timber floor, it can be a great way to modernize a home. It can also add serious value. In addition, it could make your home more appealing when it comes to selling. But is it always a good idea to go for the cheapest price? Besides that, what does a quality floor actually mean? Also, how do …

Gaps Between Polished Floorboards

Our Brisbane clients sometimes ask “Can you fill the gaps between our polished floorboards?” Some floors are tight while others can have gaps up to 5mm wide. Besides from floors laid with gaps present, floors can also shrink in the dry months. As a result, gaps will widen between the polished floorboards. Also, air conditioners will also dry out a …

Hardwood Timber Floors

Australian hardwood timber floors range in colour from pale pinks to rich dark browns depending on the hardwood timber species. Rather than one bland uniform colour, in contrast, they are usually are a multi-colour spread in random patterns. They tend to offer a home a warm inviting feel, especially when sanded and polished to a high standard. Some common hardwoods …

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Kids, Pets & Timber Floors

Kids often make it difficult to keep your home clean. To the left and to the right, toys, toys, toys. They drag things over your floors as well as draw on them, not to mention spillages. In the same fashion, dogs can also wreak havoc over a polished timber floor surface. Google Rating5.0Based on 24 reviews Economy Floor Sanding 5.0×Margaret …

Polished Wooden Floors in Rental Homes

Tenants can damage polished wooden floors in rental properties from day one. For example, on the day a tenant moves into a property, large appliances such as a refrigerator are a high risk item. The four small wheels at the base of the refrigerator bear all the weight. They will leave ‘track’ marks or indentations right across your timber floor. …

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Repairing Scratches Polished Floors

Google Rating5.0Based on 22 reviews Economy Floor Sanding 5.0×Jody Griffiths05:55 02 Aug 19We could not be any happier with the work completed by Karl. The floors had previously been finished by a professional and the result was ok. Karl has just finished our floors today and we were totally blown away with the quality of the finished product. It is …

Polished Floor Videos Of Our Work

Kedron Case Study High Gloss Finish Kedron Floor Sanding Case Study:  Watch us restore a Cypress Pine floor with sanding defects left by a previous floor sanding company. Nundah Case Study Low Sheen FinishNundah Floor Sanding Case Study: Watch us restore an old Hoop Pine floor with water damage, borer damage, and other surface defects. Ashgrove Case Study Full RestorationAshgrove Floor …

Polishing Timber Floors When Renovating

If you’re thinking about sanding timber floors when renovating your home, timing it last is critical. A classic example of why this is the best practice is to look at a new home build. Builders get floor sanders in last after completing a new home. It’s the last task before handover to their clients. Of course, bar the exception of …