For existing homes, dustless hardwood installation and refinishing is a must
By Tom C.
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Installing hardwood floors into new homes is a relatively uncomplicated affair. While hardwood floors always require careful math and an artist’s eye, installing hardwood floors in a new home is still just a combination of experience and care. New home construction is a messy business, and hard wood floor companies are just the last of many contractors that come in, kick up dust, and add to the mess.
The trick with installing new or refinishing hardwood floors into an existing home is to manage the dust. Dust free hardwood floor installations, as well as dustless hardwood floor refinishing projects, require special care, patience, and equipment. Dustless hardwood installation and refinishing is a must for existing homes because the very fine dust generated by hardwoods can permeate electronics, activate allergies, and create a clean-up nightmare. If you’re looking to install new or refinish hardwood floors in your home, you must find a hardwood flooring company that can go dustless.