Wood floors can be some of the most beautiful floors out there. However, they require a system of processes to properly fix and maintain, especially if they are athletic floors.

Refinish

Over time, hardwood floors get scratched and become dull. Instead of replacing your gym’s hardwood, the floors can be refinished. Real hardwood floors can be refinished several times before the erosion from the sanding eats into the tongue and groove of the hardwood strips.

Once a floor is sanded and prepped, a finish is applied. Hardwood floors experience color differences with different types of finishes, so it is important to make sure that the proper finish is being used to achieve the color you desire. Water based finishes leave the floor naturally clean looking, whereas solvent based finishes tend to bring out the rich wood tones of a the material.

Abraid, Scrub, and Re-coat

Once a floor has been refinished, the process will be repeated as many times as necessary to achieve the desired surface. The amount of time until the next recoat will vary depending on several factors including:

  1. The acceptable appearance of the floor.
  2. The conditions where the floor is located.
  3. The type of activities the floor is used for.
  4. The amount of traffic and the level of maintenance performed on the floor.

Apply game lines – On Athletic Floors

For athletic flooring/courts, the lines and markings will have been removed and sanded away. Once the complete process of refinishing is complete and/or the floor has be abraded and cleaned we will accurately layout and paint game lines, followed by the application of the appropriate coats of finish.

Apply Logos and Graphics

Custom graphics can be applied to the floor as well, whether it is a school logo or anything else. These graphics are supplied by our clients.

Abraid, Scrub, and Re-coat

Once a floor has been refinished, the process will be repeated as many times as necessary to achieve the desired surface. The amount of time until the next recoat will vary depending on several factors including:

  1. The acceptable appearance of the floor.
  2. The conditions where the floor is located.
  3. The type of activities the floor is used for.
  4. The amount of traffic and the level of maintenance performed on the floor.