This is a front door we did in Arvada. It was badly water damaged and the color had completely faded away. We recolored the door to match the color on the inside of the door and sealed with our exterior finish. It took 4 hours from start to finish.
Not only can we take care of updating your cabinets and floors, but we can also refinish the hearth above your fireplace. In this instance, we were able to go from a light tan to a dark brown in just one day!
Exterior and interior doors are another specialty of ours. We can give your front doors a brand new look through our wood refinishing methods like this one!
We can help make sure that your railing matches the rest of the room. Here, we were able to match a brand new railing to the color of the hardwood floor.
This is a great example of a door that we were able to update due to scratches from a pet. We were able to remove the scratches for a beautiful finish without needing to sand and refinish the entire door, allowing us to fix the damage all in one day.
We were able to take this worn, paint chipped banister and refinish the wood with the same stain color. We completed this project in one day and with our Lightspeed® UV Instant Cure technology, the family was able to use the railing the same day.
This exterior door was worn and had several scuff marks from use. We were able to sand and refinish it in a lighter color to make it stand out once again in the front of their house.
Here is a job we completed in Westminster where we were able to refinish their hearth from a light honey oak to a medium cappuccino stain color.
This is a beautiful french door that we were able to stain darker for a brand new look! We were able to complete this project all in one day!
We refinished this banister in a home in Broomfield. We completed everything in 4 1/2 days in white with a nice mocha color for the handrails.
We refinished the trim in addition to the kitchen cabinets of this Aurora home.
With our wood refinishing techniques, we were able to make this worn railing look brand new again.
We took these stair rails from a standard oak, light brown look to SW Alabaster White color.
We gave these stair rails from a home in Aurora and gave them an updated look.