ATL-Floor  
Carlington

  Hardwood Floor Refinishing, Floor Installation, Floor Buffing, Floor Sanding, Hardwood Floor polishing, Tile polishing, Laminate Installation, Engineer Hardwood Installation, Floor Staining, Antique Furniture refinishing 

770  374  7643.

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We offer the following services: 


Sanding - Sealing - Application of Filler - Finishing / Re-finishing - Waxing and Polishing - Staining
Bleaching - Customized Installation - Buffing - Polyurethane Protection

Wood Floor Refinishing

 

Refinishing and sanding your hardwood floors is necessary to preserve their quality and beauty. Any refinishing is done solely to enhance the woods natural color and protect it from the elements. The best time to sand and refinish your hardwood floors is when you move into a new house or apartment as all of the furniture, rugs, etc. need to be removed from the area during the process. Proper refinishing should last about 10 years. However, high traffic rooms will need to be done more often. But the two types of floors.

Pre-finished Hardwood Floors

These are the new main stream products in hardwood flooring. They can be acrylic impregnated, engineered, or solid. They have a tough factory finish, which is the main reason for its popularity. They are also extremely easy to install and eliminate the need for messy sanding. Most pre-finished floors done within the last ten years are urethane finished. Test this by placing a couple drops of water on an obscure area. If the area turns white after 15 minutes, you have a waxed finish. Older floors are likely to have shellac or varnish finishes. Unfortunately these do not work well with the newer urethane finishes and must be completely removed if you want a urethane finish. There is also likely to be some amount of aluminum oxide in the newer prefinished floors.

Unfinished Hardwood

Floors These come in solid and engineered, and both must be job site finished. They come in varying lengths and widths. Sanding and finishing can take anywhere from a few days to a week depending on size, stain, and number of top finish coats. Generally the finishes are oil or water based. Our first priority is to protect the beauty of your home so whether you have finished or unfinished floors, we section off other areas and furniture to prevent sanding dust from spreading throughout your home. Our expert technicians also use dust containment systems to limit the amount of dust in the air. And with refinishing, it is important to have as little air flow as possible in the area as airborne particles can become embedded into the newly applied finish. Something as simple as foot traffic or turning on the air conditioner/heating system can kick up dust. So it is better to allow more time to dry to avoid problem areas in your floors.

Oil-based stain is strongly recommended for wood flooring, no matter oil-modified or water based finish will use on top of it. The key is the stain has to be dry.Keep in mind that  we also  work with fast drying stain thats drys in 45 minutes so if you want you job to finsih faster that usual let us know.

 

A rich, penetrating, oil-based stain, Minwax® Wood Finish? Stain is available in 22 wood tone colors and can be used to enhance any bare or stripped wood surface. Minwax® continues to provide consumers with the latest in color trends with two new colors, Red Chestnut and Gunstock.

The colors shown are for reference purposes only. They have been reproduced using digital production techniques. Always test stain on a hidden area of the wood to verify desired color.

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Sedona Red 222
Sedona Red 222

Ipswich Pine 221
Ipswich Pine 221
English Chestnut 233
English Chestnut 233

Cherry 235
Cherry 235

Early American 230
Early American 230

Special Walnut 224
Special Walnut 224

Natural 209
Natural 209

Provincial 211
Provincial 211

Pickled Oak 260
Pickled Oak 260

Driftwood 2126
Driftwood 2126

Golden Oak 210B
Golden Oak 210B

Golden Pecan 245
Golden Pecan 245

Jacobean 2750
Jacobean 2750

Puritan Pine 218
Puritan Pine 218

Red Mahogany 225
Red Mahogany 225

Dark Walnut 2716
Dark Walnut 2716

Colonial Maple 223
Colonial Maple 223


Red Oak 215

Ebony 2718
Ebony 2718

Fruitwood 241
Fruitwood 241


Gunstock 231


Red Chestnut 232