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Screening the floor will only remove light marks caused by normal wear and tear. Once the floor is screened (lightly sanded), it will be coated with usually one coat of finish. It usually takes only a day to screen and recoat a hardwood floor. Screening will not remove deeper scratches and indentations. Also, screening will not help a floor that has been worn down to the stain. In these cases, the floor should be completely sanded and refinished.
Urethane finishes will eventually show wear patterns from surface scratching. When traffic areas begin to look dull, it is time to re-coat your floors. Re-coating is a one day process, and cost much less than sanding/refinishing. You should plan on re-coating hardwood floors every 3 to 5 years depending on traffic patterns and wear. Do NOT wait until you wear through the finish to the bare wood or sanding may be required.
Take the easy road and get your floor recoated. Recoating is a one-day process, and can be a quick solution for better-looking hardwood floors. Utilizing our low-odor, quick-drying, water-based urethane, you can be on your recoated floor in a few hours.
Contact us to learn more about our recoating and repair services, which are sure to cost less time and money than sanding and refinishing.