Floor Refinishing

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Have you dropped a cabinet on your wooden flooring too soon, and now it has a dent? Or has it acquired scratches from frequent contact with food and furniture? You don’t need to be concerned about floor damage any longer because Focus Cleaning has skilled handymen that can handle any type of floor repair. We can repair any type of surface imperfection, including dented parquet flooring, scratched tiles, and creaking floorboards.

Whether your flooring is made of concrete, tile, laminate, or engineered wood, it makes no difference. We fulfill all your needs by offering repair services for both indoor and outdoor flooring materials. After installation, wooden floors can last a lifetime. Wood floors, however, are susceptible to dents, scratches, and other general wear and tear over time. The wooden floor often gets dull or loses its shine. This doesn’t mean you have to replace your wooden flooring—you can just give it a makeover.

Wooden floor refinishing can bring it back to life, restoring its original beauty and shine. Our team of experts specializes in refinishing wooden floors, using high-quality products and techniques to ensure a flawless finish. Whether you need a small repair or a complete refinishing job, we have the skills and experience to deliver exceptional results. Don’t let scratches or dullness detract from the elegance of your wooden floors; let us help you restore them to their former glory.

Focus Cleaning offers wooden floor refinishing services in Oakville and beyond. We refurbish all kinds of wooden flooring and make it feel as good as new, including hardwood parquet flooring and outdoor decking. We restore old floors in restaurants, offices, and public buildings using grinding, buffing, brushes, and finishing coatings. We can replace damaged planks without affecting the entire floor.

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Refinish those catches to get rid of scuffs and scratches!

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  • Buffing and polishing   
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