One Friday afternoon I received a call from a painter, who decided to sand down a floor in the house he was painting walls. He hired a sanding machine and started. :) After few minutes he realized he ruined the floor. He called me and ask to come immediately because the owners were coming back in two days time. We started the same day and worked until 1 o'clock. Job was finished and lacquer dried the next day. Everybody was happy.
After builders left the house, owners lost hope that this 70s floor can look good again. After we left the house, the owners were stunned and couldn't belive this is the same floor. We have filled the gaps with new parquet blocks, after some walls were demolished, sanded down the floor and installed quarter round bidding around the walls. We finished the floor with three coats of good quality lacquer. What do you think? Good or good?
This project required the complete restoration of ground floor Victorian Pine floorboards. After replacing damaged floorboards we make sure all boards are nailed down and secure. Than we sand it down and stain. In this project we matched the stain color with the furniture. After three coats of professional lacquer the floor is ready.