Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Mississauga homeowners have planned for their Floor Refinishing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 37 Floor Refinishing projects posted by homeowners in Mississauga seeking the services of local Floor Refinishing Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $151,000.00 with a per project average of $4,081.00.
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We had a dog who made alot of nail markings on our hard wood floors.
We would like to have the floors refinished to remove the markings.
Ideally it would only be the kitchen area as we covered most of the rest of the house with carpets.
Looking for an estimate. Approximate square footage is 27'x30'. Probably better you see it for yourself.
Total square footage of the Family Room, Hallway, Office Room, and small stairs approx. 450 square feet. The flooring is an original parquet hardwood roughly 30 years old. The existing flooring does not have any knicks or damages but just has a greyish coating due to wear. House is approximately 30 years old.
I am in a condo and requore the floors to be restored / sanded and revarnished a darker color. Seems there is like a black mark at the enterance way into the wood where I suspect the previous owners dog urinated over time there .
it is apprx 400 square feet maybe less and the finishings at the doors must be replaced
Would like a quote please this project is for October and would have to be done in one day
We are looking to have our hardwood floors and staircase sanded, stained and refinished. The floors as the stairs look to be oak and I believe they are the original floors from when the house was built in 1963. They had been covered with carpet for many many years . This would be our Living Room/Dining Room, stair cases, stair treads as well as upstairs hall way and three bedrooms. I have taken measurements and the total square footage (not including the staircases) is 700 square feet.
We would be looking at having the floors sanded, stained and refinished as well as the stair treads and the hand rails. We were hoping for a darker brown stain on the floors, stair treads and the railings with the risers and stringers painted white . There is a total of 13 stair treads on the two stair cases (it is a side-split house so the two stair cases are small) as well as 24 pickets. There are also two and a half end posts (half a post at the top of the stairs on the wall) and 16 feet of handrails.
We're planning to have new railings installed in our double stair case - approximately 25 stairs (we have a contractor selected for the railings).
We're looking to hire a team to refinish our existing oak / veneer staircase that is currently "natural' with something darker to match our hardwood flooring. This person would be sanding and staining both oak and veneer).
Could you please call my cell phone if you're interested in working with us, have reference-able experience, and are able to perform the work in the next 2-3 weeks? We're looking for someone who would bring in a small team to complete the work with high quality in a relatively short order.
we are in the process of refinishing our stairs. the home is 25 years old and we honey coloured varnish on the stairs, as we have just installed hardwood throughout the home we wanted to finish the stairs in the same colour. When we bought the home we were under the impression that the stairs were all oak (risers and sides etc.) but they're not...We have had a quote to refinish the stairs and its up to us to arrange for the painting of the risers, sides and pickets ...
1. is this how its normally done
2. should we sand the risers, sides and pickets before they restain the stairs
3. on average how much would a project like this cost ( rough estimate only please)
thanks for any help and or suggestions.
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