Hardwood Restoration

N-Hance of San Ramon‘s Hardwood Restoration is for a rougher floor with grey to black traffic areas that have really been worn down to the bare wood. The finish may be intact along the perimeter of the room, but the center of the floor is completely worn. Deep impressions and cross grain scratches are visible due to large dogs, children, or moving furniture around, such as a piano or a refrigerator. Water damage may be present on this type of floor and separations between the boards run throughout the entire wood surface. With this type of floor, the technician needs to screen and fill the floor and it may take 1-2 days to finish the job.
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Lightspeed® Instant-Cure Refinishing

N-Hance can transform your wood surfaces in a matter of days, not weeks using our proprietary Lightspeed technology. After the specialized color product is complete, Lightspeed technology uses UV light to instantly cure a final, durable topcoat to your cabinets or floors. Surfaces will be 100% ready for immediate use when we leave.

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