Sanding and Varnishing

When the traces of years leave scratches on your wooden floor and when the protective oil can no longer protect your gorgeous wooden floor, professional sanding and varnishing will be your best choice. With an advanced machine and a competent team, this service will apply to all types of wooden floorings like teak, oak, and walnut. We believe sanding and varnishing are important for your home’s or workplace’s interior.

The most natural, water-based environmentally friendly non-toxic coatings and supporting equipment were selected from the top 5 European brands for our professional sanding and varnish wood floor maintenance services. To know more please click on our flooring guide.

When should you refinish hardwood floors? When a thorough cleaning no longer restores the shine, it may be time to think about refinishing your hardwood floor. Other signs that you may need to refinish include deep scratches that cut through the floor’s protective coating, stubborn stains, or warping.

How often should you refinish hardwood flooring?

The frequency of refinishing hardwood floors depends on the daily wear and tear on the floor, as well as the hardwood hardness rating of the species. Of course, some floors may never need to be refinished — many customers appreciate the character that comes from normal wear.


This method of refinishing hardwood floors involves, first, drum sanding your floor to remove surface coatings, deep scratches, and stains, and to level uneven areas. When done correctly, sanding will restore the species’ grain — one of the defining features of a hardwood floor. An industrial grade vacuum is then used to collect dust and particles from the sanding process. After the floor has been smoothed and thoroughly vacuumed, a polyurethane sealer is applied or, depending on your preference, a stain, and sealer.