Hardwood refinish


Hardwood Floor Refinishing

Are there scratch marks on your hardwood floor leaving the wood exposed? Do you see signs of wood wearing out, especially in entryway and hallway areas? If these signs exist, then your hardwood floor may need refinishing!

Best Buy Floors provides quick and premier hardwood floor refinishing to make your floor look like new again!

We provide hardwood refinishing services in Seattle and the surrounding areas. So, if you’re in the neighborhood and are looking for flooring options or refinishing your existing hardwood floor, give us a call! Talk to our experts and let us know how we can help.

Hardwood refinishing is an amazing option for those with solid hardwoods that need life brought back into them. Or modernize your home with a variety of stain options to fit the color you want. Hardwood tends to require refinishing every 10 to 20 years. For your existing hardwood floors, we provide fast and high-quality refinishing at the best price!

Our team is comprised of knowledgeable experts with over 25 years in the flooring industry. We will take care of your hardwood refinishing job with care, attention to detail and extensive expertise.

Refinishing can be a time-consuming process that involves a lot of planning and effort. This is why we spend time to make sure that our clients are satisfied. Give us a call and we’ll provide an in-house consultation at a time that is convenient for you.

Read our testimonials to see the quality of service and customer satisfaction we provide to all our clients!

Hardwood Refinish Benefits

Hardwood Flooring is a very popular option for many great reasons. Hardwood floors come in a variety of types, finishes, thicknesses, and widths, so you are bound to find a style that will bring together your entire home and leave you very happy with the final result.

  • Hardwood performs better than carpet in areas of the home that have higher traffic volume such as stairs or entryways. This is due to the wood’s natural hardness. Keep in mind wood is not the best option if the area you are covering is susceptible to water or moisture. For these areas you may want to consider an option such as luxury vinyl plank.
  • Hardwood flooring year-over-year has been the preferred flooring choice for home buyers. Home buyers are willing to pay more for the same exact home if it has hardwood floors in it. Hardwood has proven to increase home value and increase the look and feel of a home. Depending on whether your floor is solid hardwood or engineered hardwood, expect to refinish it 3-5 times during its lifetime (varies case by case).
  • A great benefit of refinishing your hardwood floors is you can stain them with a color of your choice to match the latest trends over time.
  • Engineered woods, for the most part, cannot be refinished unless the product has a thick enough top wood layer. A good solid hardwood floor can last you a lifetime if you take good care of it. Hardwood floors can transform the look of a home and take it to the next level especially with all the colors, types, and wire-brushed options to choose from. Keep in mind that hardwood flooring is a natural product so no two floors will ever be identical to each other. The grains, colors, and knots will be different.
  • Many manufacturers’ websites allow you to see hardwood you choose in showrooms within a larger picture so you can get a better idea of what the flooring will look like in your area. Hardwood floors are timeless and will always be a staple in the flooring industry

If you have any questions about hardwood flooring feel free to give us a call and one of our flooring professionals will be glad to answer any questions or concerns you may have.



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Frequently Asked Questions

When is the right time to refinish hardwood floors?

When there are visible scratches, dullness, or signs of wear and tear.

Can engineered hardwood be refinished?

Yes, but the number of times depends on the thickness of the top veneer.

How long does it take to refinish hardwood floors?

Varies based on the size and condition, but typically 5-7 days for completion.