Baianos Flooring

Refinish Wood Floors

Your hardwood floors endure constant traffic and daily use that can cause bare spots and loss of shine over time. Protect your home’s beautiful asset and your domestic investment by calling Baianos Flooring. Servicing the greater Tri-State Area, our licensed and bonded flooring pros will restore the color and tone of your hardwood floors, whether you have unfinished, prefinished, engineered hardwood, floating, nail down, domestic or exotic floors. Baianos Flooring will repair, sand and refinish your wood floors using our reliable flooring techniques and procedures.

Floors under 1/4″ thick, sometimes cannot be fully refinished.

With Baianos Flooring, you will speak directly with the site manager throughout the entire project, from the estimate to completion. We are registered with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and an active member of the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA), so you can be assured you’ll receive the most expert and professional service.

If you’re unsure if it’s time to refinish your floors, follow these steps to determine the immediacy of a complete refinishing job: Pour a tablespoon of water on a high-traffic section of your floor. If the water appears to bead or slowly soak in, your floor is properly sealed and just needs routine maintenance, like cleaning or polishing, to restore its shine. However, if the water instantly soaks in, then your floor needs immediate refinishing as this indicates that the wood fibers are likely damaged and already exposed due to poor sealing.

Keep in mind that if your floor is warped, stained or otherwise damaged, Baianos Flooring will repair these flaws prior to refinishing your wood floors.

If you do decide to refinish your floor, it’s important to note the following:

If you choose a wood floor stain remember:
Hardwood floor stain also gets absorbed by the wood unevenly. Because of the density of some wood or the density of the wood grain, you may expect minor imperfections in some areas. Also, remember darker you go in the color of the wood stain, the greater the chance that you’ll see the imperfections of the wood floors.

Recent works

Retail Store Project

Ermenegildo Zegna NYC Store buffing at weekend. Matching stain color in damaged places and top water base polyurethane (Absco Grand).

Parquet flooring staining

A special method (alcohol and water pup-up) was applied before stain in order to open the pores of wood. This job was made with light satin and water base polyurethane (Bona