Step 1: Pre-Inspection
Determine if the floor contains any wax, oily residue or other contaminants that may affect the adhesion of a new finish.
Step 2: Area Preparation
All movable furniture will be moved prior to cleaning.
Step 3: Dry Soil Removal
Our technicians thoroughly remove any loose debris which maximizes results. Just like any cleaning process, dry soil removal is the most important.
Step 4: Cleaning
The cleaning process, depending on the service needed, includes wood safe cleaners and state-of-the-art equipment which PRODUCES NO DUST WHATSOEVER! Surface accumulations of common household pollutants such as food residues or pet oils are removed without wearing down your floor to expose any bare wood.
Step 5: Drying
Because of the equipment we use, the floors dry very quickly allowing you to walk on your floors almost immediately.
Step 6: Post-Inspection
Technicians will initiate a walk through and go over results before leaving.
Optional Preservation Coat (Hardwood floor only)
Put on after the cleaning process, this product protects the original finish applied to your floor. It helps hide scratches and imperfections while protecting your original finish. This keeps new scratches from reaching the wood and causing permanent damage. The preservation coat lasts about two to three years, depending on your traffic flow, allowing you to put off refinishing your wood floors for years.