15 Jun 2018

We have heard this story more times than we can adequately count. Homeowners decide to get rid of their aging carpet or vinyl flooring and are pleasantly surprised to find great hardwood flooring underneath. The only problem is that the hardwood flooring is dull and faded. They want to know if we can save their hardwood flooring and return it to it’s former glory. Of course, our answer is nearly always that yes we can. Magnus Anderson prides itself on providing high quality flooring options to our clients and that includes refinishing existing hardwood flooring.

Our professional team is specifically trained in hardwood floor refinishing and certified by the Magnus Anderson Institute for Master Floor Refinishers. When it comes to refinishing your hardwood flooring, you can be sure that the experts at Magnus Anderson know what they are doing. For starters, we use the Magnus Anderson Dust Containment System, a high powered vacuum that removes the dust created by the sanding process. If you know anything about sanding floors, then you probably know that a lot of dust accumulates during the process. Our Dust Containment System makes the job of getting rid of all of that dust a lot easier, making for a healthier environment for you and your family.

We use a Swedish waterborne finish when we refinish hardwood flooring. This finish is safer for the environment, has no toxic fumes, and is the strongest finish of its kind. As a matter of fact, you should be able to walk on your newly refinished hardwood flooring in socks in just a matter of three to four hours! You won’t even have to leave your home during the process, and the results are so satisfying, we back them up with a 20 year no dulling guarantee.

Are you a homeowner who has discovered great, but dull, hardwood flooring in your home? If you are ready to refinish your hardwood flooring, Magnus Anderson would love to get the job done for you! Give us a call at (910) 483-0468 or come into our Fayetteville, North Carolina location on Ireland Drive.

 

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