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Buff & Restore Wood Floors

A hardwood floor buff and recoat will restore existing hardwood flooring with superficial wear and slight imperfections caused by normal wear. This restorative process is an excellent way to preserve the beauty of your hardwood floors for many years to come.

This process removes the visible scratches and abrasions from everyday wear and tear seen on the surface of your wood floors. The hardwood floor buff and recoat process not only restores wood but delays the need for complete sanding and refinishing for years while maintaining shine. It is an economical alternative to preserving both solid and engineered hardwood floors.

A traditional hardwood refinishing can take a week or more to complete. For most wood floors, buffing and recoating takes just one day.

Applying a new coat of polyurethane to your hardwood floors every three to four years will likely completely eliminate the need to refinish your floors. Whether you have prefinished hardwood or site finished, we can apply a satin top coat, semi-gloss or a high gloss polyurethane. All the top coats we use during the buff and redcoat process will adhere to all hardwood flooring. This does include prefinished hardwood, as well as  engineered hardwood floors.

→ Additionally, this wood floor treatment takes place without toxic fumes or a dusty mess.


Over time, the top layer of your hardwood floor’s protective surface is lost by the wear and tear of daily living. To maintain the life of your floor it’s important to periodically apply a new finish layer that restores its luster and protects its beauty.

→ Removes Dirt & Grime

→ Fills In Surface Scratches

→ Restores Sheen & Luster Of Wood

→ Creates A Fresh Protective Wear Layer

Our Restoration Process

Remove Dirt, Dust, & Residue
Thoroughly Rinse Wood Flooring & Let Dry Completely
Refortifies & Protects Newly Restored Hardwood Flooring
Buff and Recoat FAQs

Is buffing the same as sanding?

You don’t need to worry about sanding too much of the wood’s surface away. We buff minor surface scratches out of the top layer then apply a new topcoat that makes beautiful floors look like new.

How long does it take the new finish to dry?

Typically less than a day.

How long does it take the new finish to dry?

2-4 hours for water base and 8-10 hours for oil base polyurethane.

Does hardwood flooring restoration by means of buffing and applying new topcoat require me to vacate my home?

No, water based finishes are odor-less and quick drying.

How much does it cost for Tri Point Flooring to move my furniture?

Prior to receiving Tri Point Flooring’s buff and restore services it is the customer’s responsibility to move all their furniture from the hardwood flooring being restored. Tri Point Flooring contractors do not charge to move furniture because they do not move furniture.
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