If Your Floor’s Worth A Buck, You’re In Luck!
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Q: How many coats would you recommend for our floors?
A: We always recommend 3 coats, however, we leave that option to you to decide base on your budget, the property and what your plan with it are. Also keep in mind that depending on the floors condition and what species it is, 2 coat’s might not be enough as some wood/species are thirsty and will suck up most of the first coat.
Q: What is the purpose of a maintenance coat?
A: Just like carpet and stone care, you need to keep your wood floor maintained to enjoy the ever lasting beauty of your newly refinished floor.
On average, most household with carpet hires a professional to clean their carpet once or twice a year spending hundreds to thousands per house call.
With wood flooring, you would only need to do it once every 3-
Q: I’m renting out my apartment, should I get 2 coats or 3 coats? I was told 2 coat should last pretty long, and will it hold up to dogs and cats?
A: If you are renting our your apartment and allow pets.. We would recommend 3 coats minimum and 4 coats (non gloss) for more protection against pet urine which is the leading caused of dark stained and smelly floors.
Q: My floor has a lot of scratches some deep and some aren’t will these scratches go away after you sand the floors?
A: It all depends how deep the scratches are.. Minor surface scratches on the finish and wood will go away while deeper gouges will not, but then again… You’ll never know for sure until we start sanding.
Q: Are all those photo’s and video really yours?
A: All of them are my work and my property, if you have seen my photo’s or video’s being used by another company, please report it to me.
Q: Will you be working on my floors in Boston, Ma?
A: Haha.. No, not me personally. I have family and friends that does the work in Massachusetts.
Q: How does payment work and what form is accepted?
A: We need a 50% deposit by Cash or Check before work is started and the other 50% after completion of the project. For projects lasting longer than a week we will need a 50% deposit at the start, and another 25% starting the 2nd week and the last payment once job is completed.
However, we are reasonable and negotiable on payment terms with home owners.
General Contractors and Builders, if I have never done work for you before, a deposit will be required, unless you are referred to me by another trusted General Contractor that I’ve worked for -
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