Hardwood Floors

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Hardwood Floors

Like New Cleaning decided at one point that it would be good to offer our clients more than just Carpet Cleaning. So we expanded out business, took the necessary classes and learned the process of cleaning Hardwood Floors.

Along with cleaning Hardwood Floors, we can also re-finish them with a no sanding process and depending on the floors condition can save you thousands of dollars.

No sanding you ask…That is exactly what I said. Though there are different factors involved in the process, Like New Cleaning can take a look at your floor and tell you based on some tests if its eligible for a No Sanding Finish.

So lets start with the basics.

How We Clean Hardwood Floors

Hardwood Floors are cleaned using a detergent that is sprayed on your floor (in some cases directly on the pad), then gently scrubbed with a floor machine and pad. Once the floor is scrubbed we remove the excess dirt from the floor and dry it.

Depending on how dirty your floor is, this process may be done more than once.

Refinishing is more detailed than cleaning. First there are tests that need to be done on your floor to determine the types of products that were used, then we perform our cleaning and refinishing. Click Refinishing Hardwood Floors for more information.

Like New Cleaning will take you step by step in this process, including giving you all your instructions  and how to maintain your floor. Click on Hardwood Floor Maintenance for more information.

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