Polished Floors F.A.Q.
Our Polished Timber Floors FAQ page offers sound, up-front advice. It relates to the most common questions generally asked about polished floors in Brisbane. If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
As a general guide, from approximately $33 per square metre.
Of course, floor conditions will vary, especially in older homes. Because of this, costs will also vary. For detailed information as well as examples, see our price guide.
We guarantee your home will be dust free upon completion. Sanding timber floors will of course create dust. In spite of that, we use meticulous dust control methods. likewise, we also use purpose built dust collection machinery. Floor to ceiling dust control barriers can also isolate rooms.
Yes. In addition to that, we can also dispose of them. You can also, of course have this priced as a separate option. See our floor covering guide for more information.
Yes. We offer a range of timber floor repair services They include floorboard replacement and sub-floor repairs. See our page on timber floor repairs.
Generally clients move their refrigerator out however not the dishwasher. Find out everything about preparing kitchens for sanding here.
The short answer is no. Find out more and the reasons why on our page filling gaps between floorboards.
These are terms used in the floor sanding industry. Learn about these and other terms used on our Floor Sanding Terminology page.
The gloss level of your polished floor is all about personal preference. See our gloss level guide for an in-depth look.
In most cases yes, but not all. It will really depend on your house plan. During the free onsite consultation, we can quickly assess and advise based on your circumstances.
You will need to remove your furniture. You may also need to remove vehicles from under the house. Find out more on our guide for preparing your home.
Yes. We’re eager to view your floors. We also quote weekends and public holidays (by appointment). Arrange a floor sanding quote now. Careful assessment will involve an onsite inspection above and below your floorboards.
Yes, depending on their condition of course. Polished floors can generally all be re-coated. As a result, this will restore the surface. See our page on re-coating polished timber floors.
No. Economy Floor Sanding takes great care of your home. Employing a vast array of advanced floor sanding machines to sand and access confined spaces plus non-damaging contact points to skirtings and kick-boards. We offer this guarantee in writing
We service all Brisbane north suburbs from the city to the mid-north suburbs of Banyo, Aspley, Kedron, Stafford, and surrounding areas through to outer north Dayboro, Samford, Sandgate, and surrounding areas.
First ensure you have timber floors present. If you are uncertain about the condition of your wooden floors or are not sure if they are suitable to be polished, we are happy to inspect them for free at a time that suits you.
At first glance, it may seem an attractive option if you are on a tight budget. It can be compared to a handyman performing car body/paint work. There are some pitfalls involved when sanding and polishing timber floors, and in reflected light, all imperfections will be obvious in the end result.
Add a Stunning Feature to your Home
How to increase the value of your Brisbane home in 4 easy steps.
- Get a FREE floor sanding quote
We offer floor sanding quotes in Brisbane 7 days (by appointment) Our quotes are clear, easy to understand and thorough.
- Prepare your home
Before we arrive you need to prepare your home. For example if your kitchen is included. your refrigerator will need to be moved. See our guide on how to prepare your home.
- The floor sanding process begins
Our onsite refined angle sanding, and rotary sanding techniques result in your floors sanded dead flat. Often overlooked, this is the foundation of a high-quality finished floor. Especially in light reflection.
- The polishing stage
Now we protect the surface with a high solids polyurethane floor finish. We use commercial grade coatings for domestic floors. High durability means the floor’s life is extended. Likewise, it is a more cost-effective flooring in the long term.