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4 Signs That You Should Leave Your Floor Sanding to The Professionals

4 Signs That You Should Leave Your Floor Sanding to The Professionals

One of the best things about floorboards is that once they start looking shabby, all it takes is for them to be sanded back and polished to have them looking like new again. In fact, this job might seem so simple that you’re ready to have a go at it yourself. As...
Timber Floor Sanding in Melbourne Gives New Life To Your Floors

Timber Floor Sanding in Melbourne Gives New Life To Your Floors

Sometimes old hardwood floors can look dated, or scratched up from years of use. This isn’t to say it’s time to consider replacing your flooring entirely, but rather, perhaps it’s time to look into floor sanding to restore your once impeccable floors to a great...
3 Must-Knows Before Floor Sanding Your Melbourne Home

3 Must-Knows Before Floor Sanding Your Melbourne Home

Melbourne Floor Sanding FAQs Wooden flooring is an elegant and timeless choice for homeowners that wish to really elevate their living spaces. Whether you have just purchased an existing property with hardwood flooring, or have been living at home with timber floors...
Should You Choose a Matte Finish for Your Timber Floors?

Should You Choose a Matte Finish for Your Timber Floors?

Whether you’re having new floors installed or are looking to have your existing floors sanded and polished, one of the decisions you need to make is what finish you want – gloss, satin or matte. As the experts in floor sanding Melbourne, we get a lot of people asking...
Common Mistakes People Make with Floor Sanding Melbourne

Common Mistakes People Make with Floor Sanding Melbourne

When done right, sanding back and refinishing your timber floors can restore them to their former glory and have them looking like new again. On the other hand, it can lead to disappointing results, and even serious damage, if done incorrectly. Sanding back timber...