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Hardwood Floor Detailing

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.
Our hardwood detailing process works wonders on any hardwood floor that still has a finish.
We first remove the loose soil from the floor, then clean the floor with a specialized cleaning
pad attached to a rotary machine. Last, we'll polish the floor to help bring back the shine.
Your floors will look great and feel great to walk on. This  new process cleans any type of
hardwood floor, even prefinished, polyurethane sealed, and laminate floors. This is a
cleaning and polishing process only and will not remove deep scratches and dents. So if
your floors have not been refinished in a long time, refinishing may be necessary.

Heaven's Best Hardwood Floor Detailing includes:

  • Firm estimate with no hidden charges
  • Firm, convenient, on-time appointments
  • Specially trained technicians
  • Backed by our unique 100% satisfaction guarantee

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Number of Areas To Be Detailed     Area is any room, hallway, or set of steps up to 240 square feet.
 
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Screen and Buff Refinish     Screening involves abrading the old finish on the existing floor
(Not a Heaven's Best Service)       making it compatible for applying another layer of new finish. The
      procedure is similar to painting trim work. Consumers select this
      option when floor is scratched but there is no bare wood showing.
       
Sand and Refinish     Sanding and refinishing involves sanding the floor down to bare
(Not a Heaven's Best Service)       wood and applying a completely new finish to the wood. Most
        consumers seek a total refinish when worn or bare spots begin to
        appear, or scratching has become too much to handle.