Classic Floor Refinishing in Rochester and La Crosse
We want you to take advantage of our classic wood refinishing Rochester and La Crosse has to offer. We are in the SW Wisconsin area (La Crosse) and the SE Minnesota area (Rochester). If you are looking for the best wood refinishing company to get the job done right the first time, you have come to the right place. Many homeowners have had their floors sanded and refinished or have heard of someone that has had them done. If your experience was like most, there was dust everywhere and you were finding it months after the job was done! You probably also had to put up with the smell of the finish. There are some stories of people literally having to move out of their home and into a hotel room. And the worst part was that weeks later when you went to eat some cereal, it tasted like the finish! Yuck! Well, now there is a new service called N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Refinishing and you won’t have to deal with dust or smells.
Restore Your Beautiful Wood
N-Hance renews the original shine and luster of all your wood surfaces, but without the dust, mess or odor typically associated with wood refinishing. And it can be offered at a fraction of the cost of traditional refinishing, sanding or refacing!
The ideal Classic Floor Refinishing job is a floor that has some visible wear with light surface scratches. The finish is pretty much intact with no signs of bare wood. Separations between the boards are minimal and the entire floor requires minor touch-up, if any. A Classic Floor Refinishing service is typically completed in just one or two days.
Hear what our customers have to say about our service:
“Sanding was just awful, there was dust everywhere, we had to cover everything with plastic. We had to stay at a hotel for 2 days and we couldn’t go in the house at all. It was very intrusive. N-Hance was wonderful! Fifty percent of our floor is hardwood and we have a lot of traffic with six kids and the N-Hance refinishing lasted longer than when we had them sanded. Under my sink, the wood was damaged from all the water and they restored it to look like new again.”