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Family Owned Business - Since 1948 *Free Estimates *Fully Insured Our goal is to provide you with information, products and services for maintaining your hardwood floors. Harrison Floors is a family owned business that has been serving the Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan Areas since 1948. We install and refinish over 750 floors per year and have been showcased in the Parade of Homes. We specialize in all types of hardwood flooring. We also specialize in exotic woods, inlays, and borders. Through this website we provide cleaning products, chair pads, and useful tips for your hardwood floors. INSTALLATION REFINISHING REPAIR TEAR-OUTS RE-COATS FREE ESTIMATES EXOTIC WOODS INLAYS BORDERS FLUSH MOUNTED VENTS SHOE MOULDING FULLY INSURED We will be happy to give you a FREE estimate. We specialize in water damage and fire restoration and are a full service hardwood flooring company. AMENITY Hardwood Floor Care & Cleaning Instructions Cleanin g your floors properly is the single most important thing you can do to protect your investment. General maintenance on your hardwood floor other than normal day to day cleaning is called a Buff & Coat or re-coat. The average time before you need to Buff & Coat is three to five years. If you do not clean your floors properly it will cause a problem when you try to recoat. Simply put, the new coat will not adhere to your existing floor. NEVER CLEAN A POLYURETHANE OR SEALED FLOOR WITH THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: 1. Any type of paste wax 2. Pledge 3. Endust 4. Mop-n-Glo 5. Murphy's Oil Soap 6. Furniture Polish 7. Orange Glo 8. Bruce Floor Cleaner 9. Cleaners w/Petroleum Base 10. Cleaners w/Ammonia
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On average most hardwood floors will need to be re-coated every three to five years. This is only an average. Some of our customers will go 10 years and some only two years. It really depends on if the floor is in a high traffic area: e.g. a kitchen-dinette will need to be re-coated sooner than a bedroom or formal dining room. General maintenance is a Buff & Coat, which is a light sanding that removes surface scratches and cleans and prepares the surface for another coat of urethane. If you clean your floor with any of the "NEVER USE PRODUCTS" it will cause an adhesion problem when you try to re-coat. You can Buff & Coat your floor three times before you reach the cost of a total refinish job. The sheen is controlled by the type of urethane used. Urethane is like paint; it comes in different sheens (designer satin, satin, and semi-gloss). You should not try to shine them up if you have satin finish. If you want a glossy floor we can apply a semi-gloss urethane. After cleaning y our floor it should be "squeaky" clean like a window with no residue left by a cleaner. If your floors have been waxed, have heavy wear patterns, or have a lot of dents, they need to be totally refinished. This is called a Sand & Finish. Buff & Coat is a light sanding that removes surface scratches, cleans, and prepares the floor for another coat of urethane. This is generally a one day job. Sand & Finish is a total sanding to the raw wood. We then stain the floor to your color and apply three coats of polyurethane. This process removes all dents, scratches and wear pattern (looks like a new floor). This is generally a three to five day job.
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Address: 159 N Lallendorf Rd, Oregon, OH 43616