Many homeowners have had their floors sanded and refinished or heard stories from someone that did. 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 when they got back, their cereal tasted funny from the fumes. The only solution used to be sanding down to bare wood and refinishing or replacing completely. Well, now there is a new service called N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Renewal.

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 Basic Floor Renewal 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 Basic Floor Renewal is typically completed in just one day.

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