Why Choose us For Floor Sanding Dublin?
Dust Free Floor Sanding Dublin
Looking for Floor Sanding Dublin ? RH Wood Floors are Dublin and Ireland’s Experts in Dust Free Floor Sanding. We have revolutionised Ireland’s floor sanding industry since we first introduced dust free floor sanding to Ireland in 2004. This makes wood floor refinishing a cleaner, healthier renovation option. You no longer have to accept carcinogenic dust and toxic fumes when you choose RH Wood Floors as your wood flooring craftsmen. Along with sanding we can also repair and install– solid wood flooring, engineered flooring and parquetry.
Tailored Wood Floor Sanding
Sanding is usually the initial step of the wood floor restoration process. Floor sanding removes the damaged/uneven top layer of the wooden floor and smoothen’s it to prepare your floors for varnish, that will protect it for years to come. Each type of wood and type of flooring has its own character and qualities. Therefore, our approach to floor sanding and restoration differs on each flooring project to deliver the best result.
Our extensive knowledge of various wood floors allows us to recognise any wood floor and it’s condition. Therefore we are able to ensure that we perform the most appropriate sanding techniques, at a relevant depth, to achieve superior results.
What Floors can be Sanded?
Engineered Wood Floors
When choosing to have your engineered wood floors sanded it is very important to have this done by a professional to eliminate any risk of over sanding or completely removing what is usually a 3 mm top layer of wood. Choosing a professional floor sanding service like RH Wood Floors for your engineered wood floors will guarantee that there is no damage done to your engineered wood floors and that the life span of your floor is maximized.
Parquet Wood Floors
Another example that proves floor sanding and varnish is a craft that is better left to professionals. Because parquet flooring comprises of small pieces of wood whose grains run in various directions, parquet floor sanding should be performed with specialist multi directional floor sanders to ensure a smooth and elegant appearance.
Require professional techniques in both sanding and varnishing. This type of service requires not only extreme care, but also a quick and prompt completion to ensure great result. Solid wood flooring is extremely vulnerable to external conditions (as it is a hygro-scopic material) such as humidity and once sanded it should not be exposed unprotected for very long time.
What happens after sanding?
Wood floor sealing is the process of covering and protecting the sanded floors with the most appropriate type of sealant such as varnish, wood floor lacquer or wood floor oil. Depending on the type of wood floor and the anticipated use, we can recommend the most suitable sealant for your wood floors. We use only the highest quality wearing oil and water based products.
What is floor staining?
All our quotes are based on products by leading floor finishing manufacturers including Morrells , Junckers and Bona. All of these products offer exceptional durability and commercial level of hard wearing. They include water based, low VOC products, as well as some traditional solvent-based lacquers and come in Matt, Satin and Gloss sheen level.
Wood floor staining is the process of changing the colour of your floors with the use of specific wood floor stains. For our Our Wood Floor Staining Page service, we use a range of high quality wood floor staining products including Morrells, Bona and Junckers. They provide a rich palette of colours to satisfy your individual needs and preferences.
At RH Wood Floors only use the highest quality professional wood sanding machines. Lägler offers the most comprehensive and highest-quality range of machines for the professional sanding of wood floors and the preparation of sub-floors. They are world leaders in professional dustless sanding machines and are extremely powerful and reliable.
After sanding and 3 coats of varnish/sealant your wood floors should be dry within 1- 2 hours. We advice that you wear only socks for the first 72 hours as the varnish is dry but not fully cured.