How long - What finish - How much dust?

This depends on the size of the area, the complexity of the job, and the number of coats required. On average, sanding and finishing a floor can take anywhere from 2-5 days.

There are many types of finishes available. The two most popular are polyurethanes both water-based and UV Cured Rush. The finish you choose will depend on your personal preferences, the type of timber, and the level of durability you require, and need for speed.

Sanding timber floors can create a lot of dust, but at Floor we use dustless sanding machines that capture the dust as it's created. This means that the process is much cleaner and less disruptive.

Over time, timber floors can become worn and scratched due to foot traffic and daily use. Coating your floor with UV Cured Rush can provide an extra layer of protection and help prevent further damage.

Sunlight can cause timber floors to fade and lose their natural colour over time. UV Cured Rush contains UV inhibitors, which can help to prevent fading and keep your floor looking like new.

Spills and stains can be a common problem for timber floors, especially in high traffic areas or homes with young children or pets. The coating of UV Cured Rush provides a barrier against spills and stains, making them easier to clean up and preventing them from soaking into the wood.

Coating your timber floor with UV Cured Rush can make it easier to clean and maintain. The finish is durable and resistant to scratches and scuffs, which means that you won’t have to spend as much time and money on maintenance and repairs.

A timber floor coated with UV Cured Rush can have a glossy and smooth appearance that adds to the overall aesthetic of your home. The finish can also bring out the natural grain and colour of the wood, making it look more beautiful and vibrant..

Coating your timber floor with UV Cured Rush can help extend the life of your flooring by protecting it from daily wear and tear, fading, and staining. This can save you money in the long run by reducing the need for repairs and replacements.

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