Hardwood Floor Cleaning 901-512-7732
Serving Tipton County and Surrounding Areas
Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaning
Your hardwood floors get dirty. Simply dust mopping and vacuuming a hardwood floor is the best regular maintenance you can do. However, over the years a deep down cleaning may be necessary to keep the floor looking it's best.
We have a hardwood cleaning process that works well on most hardwood floors that still have finish. We first dry mop the floor, then clean the floor with a microfiber bonnet attached to a rotary machine. Last, we'll polish the floor to help bring back the shine. This process will clean most hardwood floors, however, if your floors have not been refinished for some time, refinishing or refurbishing may be necessary. Unfortunately we do not offer sanding or refinishing services at this time so if this extra step is needed, we can refer you to a professional who may be able to assist you with this service.
Dust-free Refurbishing Process
We have learned a cleaning process that is completely dust free, quick to accomplish and inexpensive. The process features Bridgepoint Wood Products. These fine products are designed to provide a preventative maintenance cleaning to wood floors resulting in a spectacular appearance.
Qualified, Trained Technicians
In the hands of a trained technician the products will clean hardwood floors and bring back that beautiful shine. Preventative maintenance treatments every 1 - 3 years, depending on traffic levels and type of use, will keep wood floors looking great for the lifetime of the home.
Does the floor need to be completely refinished?
First we will begin with a visual inspection. We will join you in the inspection to be sure that our cleaning process is right for you and your home. Another purpose of the inspection is to determine if we can provide the preventative maintenance cleaning with the Bridgepoint System or if a more aggressive restoration will be required, including sanding, staining and refinishing.
An easy way to find out what type of process you need is to drop a few drops of water on your floor. If the water does not bead up, you have little to no polyurethane left on your floor. You may be in the need of complete refinishing or a moderate level of refinishing called "light sand and recoat". Besides the dull appearance, look for deep scratches, buckling of boards, gouges and separations between boards. Repairing such damage may require a full refinishing process. Whatever your floors needs are, we can help lead you in the right direction.
Did You Know?
• If floors and furnishings are neglected, the finish can wear through causing loss of stain color and damage to the actual wood. This will require extensive restoration including complete sanding, staining and refinishing. This process is expensive, time consuming and inconvenient. It may even require you to move out of your home during the process.
• Most wood floors can accept only two or three of the treatments full floor refinishings over a lifetime. The wood veneer can be sanded away and the floors will need to be replaced. It pays to maintain wood floors.
• The Bridgepoint System is completely dust-free. You will not be cleaning up dust months later as is the case with the sanding process.
• The Bridgepoint System is odorless, non-toxic and dries in about an hour. You can walk on the floor in your stockings at that time. Furniture may be moved back in four hours and rugs after 24 hours. Don't allow shoes on the floor for the first 24 hours. After that, the new finish is hardened and ready for normal use.
You now have a beautiful, durable finish that will protect, beautify and add years to the life of your hardwood floors.