shutterstock_520071730Refinish Wood Floors the Dust-Free Way

You are assessing hardwood floor restoration or repair procedures. Why should you bother using “dust-free” refinishing? What are the advantages? More importantly: what would you overlook, if you opt for a different strategy?

First of all, a”non-dust free” approach can be very messy. Envision your house and living area strewn with dust and plastic. Now imagine facing hours of bothersome, horrible clean up chores to eliminate everything. When particles of dust input your home’s ventilation and HVAC system, breathing problems often follow. When you have children with asthma, for instance, the proliferation of very small debris can irritate his lungs and possibly cause him to suffer an asthmatic episode.

If you chronically inhale dust, then you can develop allergy symptoms, which can be bothersome. To ease those symptoms, you may take drugs, which can have its unpleasant side effects (and price a bundle). All these inconveniences accumulate. When scoping hardwood flooring refinishing projects, most people do not think about the cost of allergy drugs in their own cost benefit analyses. But maybe they need to!

When you opt for dust-free refinishing, you enjoy a plethora of advantages. You protect the employees who work in your house, and you get an superb outcome, aesthetically speaking. The advantages go beyond how good your floors will appear. You will not have to compete with dust particles raining down on your furniture or cover the costs of hiring a maid service to clean up the clutter.

Contact the Floor Sanding North London Hardwood Floor Professionals

At Floor Sanding North London, our floor refinishing staff works hard to maintain homeowners safe, on-budget, and on-scope with their tasks. Give us a call now at 020 3369 0825 or email us through our online contact form to get a free quote.

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