Wood Floor Sanding and Refinishing in Bronx NY

Residential and Commercial Wood Floor Sanding and Refinishing.

Wood floor sanding and refinishing in Bronx NY, Manhattan NY, Brooklyn NY, Queens NY, Staten Island NY and Westchester County. Whether your home or apartment is new or old, on the market or just purchased, refinishing damaged hardwood floors is one of the first things you must consider when it comes to home repair. Hardwood floors are undoubtedly a beautiful asset. At times that beautiful asset gets covered with years of dust, dirt, and abuse. Hardwood floor refinishing in the Bronx NY can be quite a rewarding project if your floors appear worn in hight-traffic areas such as kitchens, halls, and entryways. We at, Puma Hardwood Flooring help you refinish you floor to restore its original appearance.

If there’s scratches, scuffing or visible wear, your floor may benefit from the wood floor refinishing in the Bronx NY process. You can even have the opportunity to change the finish to a darker or lighter shade. One of the main advantages of solid hardwood flooring is that wood flooring can be refinished and restored several times, recovering the beauty they once had. We are experts tackle all projects big to small and offer the right assistance on floor refinishing.

Our hardwood floor refinishing process involves taking precautionary measures to limit dust. The best time to sand and refinish your hardwood floors is when you move into a new house or apartment, since all the furniture, rugs, etc, need to be removed from the area during the process. Simply contact Puma Hardwood Flooring for all your refinishing and installations needs. View our projects on INSTAGRAM and be our friends following us!

Wood Floor Sanding and Refinishing Process.

Natural Color:

Your Floors will be sanded down to the bare wood using a course, medium and fine sand paper. Floors are then buffed/screened, vacuumed and tacked, and one coat of sealer is applied. When the sealer coat is dry, we then buff, vacuum, and tack in between each additional coats of urethane to unsure proper adhesion and smoothness.

Stained Color:

Your hardwood floor will be sanded down to the bare wood using a course, medium and fine sand paper. Floors are then buffed/screened, vacuumed and tacked, and 1 coat of stain is applied. (Samples of stain colors will be applied to your floor so you may choose a color) when the stain is dry, 1 coat of sealer is applied.  When the sealer coat is dry, we then buff, vacuum and tack in between each additional coat of urethane to insure proper adhesion and smoothness.


Matte Finish:

Has a very low luster/sheen level. Is perfect for those who prize the look of natural color. Unlike shiny finishes leave a silky-smooth surface while capturing all the rich colors wood has to offer.

Satin Finish:

Has some sheen level, but is the least shiny. Does not show as many scuff marks or scratches. It is the most popular choice of finish for hardwood flooring today.

Semi-Gloss Finish:

Has a shiny finish. This is usually as shiny was most people would prefer to go when finishing the hardwood flooring in theirs homes. Semi-gloss polyurethane is clear, shiny and not really recommended for households with pets or small children. As stated above the shinier you go, the more noticeable scratches, dents, scuff marks and imperfections will be.

Gloss Finish:

Is the shiniest of the finishes, shows more scuff marks, scratches and imperfections on the hardwood floor.

Floor Care:

Routine cleaning involves sweeping, dust mopping or vacuuming using the bare floor setting to remove dust and dirt. Clean spills immediately with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Don’t use wet mops or steam mops, which will damage the finish and the wood long periods of time.

It is best to use a cleaner made specifically for the finish on the floor, Puma Hardwood Flooring can provide or recommend to you when the job is completed. Over time, when your wood floors start to look a little dull, we can be renewed though recoating. This involves applying a new coat of wood floor finish.