If you?re floor sanding when renovating, timing it last is critical. A classic example of why this is the best practice is to look at a new home build. Builders get floor sanders in last after completing a new home. It?s the last task before handover to their clients. Of course, bar the exception of the builder?s professional cleaners. They … Read More
OUR PROCESS When sanding floorboards with a belt sander there is no set process that every company adheres to. In fact, they differ greatly in terms of technique, skill set and what they trying to achieve. For example, some operators may want to plough through floor after floor as quickly as possible. In contrast, Economy Floor Sanding?s focus is on … Read More
When we sand timber floors, the first thing we do is talk to our clients. We talk about staying safe, and how to avoid headaches during works. There have been some ?uh oh? moments over the years from miss-communication. For that reason, here are the top 5 tips to iron out the bugs and make it a stress-free experience.
To begin with, Bona White is a water based primer used as a system with Bona water based top coats. It does, in fact give that Whitewash timber floor look to lighter coloured Pine timbers. In the event that a client wants a natural untreated look, one coat is enough. In like manner, two or more coats will increase the … Read More