D.R. Main Floors

Interior Timber Floors

Brisbane interior timber floor specialists

At DR Main Floors, we understand the importance of having beautifully finished timber floors in your home. Our team is dedicated to providing top-notch sanding and polishing services for interior timber floors, helping you achieve stunning and long-lasting results that will enhance your living space’s beauty.

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Bedroom with sanded and polished flooring

Interior timber floor sanding

Sanding is a crucial step in the restoration process for your interior timber floors. Our experienced technicians use advanced sanding equipment to remove scratches, stains, and imperfections from the surface. By sanding your timber floors, we create a smooth and even base, ready for the next phase of the restoration process.

Interior timber floor polishing

Once your timber floors have been sanded, our team applies a high-quality polish to bring out the natural beauty and lustre of the wood. We offer a range of finishes, from matte to high gloss, allowing you to choose the perfect look for your home. Our team ensures an even polishing, resulting in a flawless finish that will leave your floors looking elegant and refined.

Cork floors before and after

Cork floor sanding and polishing

Cork floors are known for their unique texture, warmth, and eco-friendly properties. Over time, however, cork floors can become scratched, worn, or faded. Sanding is the first step in the restoration process, where professional-grade equipment is used to carefully remove the top layer of the cork surface, eliminating imperfections and creating a smooth, even base. This prepares the floor for polishing, which involves the application of high-quality sealants and finishes specifically designed for cork flooring. The polish enhances the natural beauty of the cork, bringing out its rich tones and providing a protective layer that guards against stains, spills, and daily wear.

Parquetry floor sanding and polishing

Parquetry floor sanding and polishing is a specialised process that aims to restore and enhance the beauty of parquet flooring. Parquetry floors are unique and intricate, comprised of small wood pieces arranged in various patterns, but they can become worn, scratched, or faded over time. Sanding is the first step in the restoration process, where the top layer of the floor is carefully removed, eliminating imperfections and creating a smooth, even surface. This prepares the parquet floor for the application of high-quality finishes and sealants. The polish adds a luxurious sheen to the floor and provides a protective layer, guarding against stains, moisture, and general wear and tear.

Benefits of sanding and polishing interior timber floors

Restored Beauty

Sanding and polishing your timber floors can breathe new life into your home. The process removes scratches, marks, and stains, revealing the natural beauty of the timber and giving your floors a fresh and rejuvenated appearance.

Increased Property Value

Professionally sanded and polished timber floors can increase the value of your property. Potential buyers are often drawn to the timeless elegance and warmth that timber floors bring to a home.

Easy Maintenance

Polished timber floors are straightforward to maintain. The smooth surface prevents dirt, dust, and allergens from getting trapped, making cleaning a breeze. Regular sweeping and occasional damp mopping will keep your floors looking pristine, allowing you to spend more time enjoying your home and less time on extensive upkeep.

Improved Durability

Through the sanding and polishing process, your timber floors receive an added layer of protection. The polish acts as a shield, safeguarding the wood from daily wear and tear, spills, and stains. This enhanced durability means that your floors will maintain their beauty and integrity for years to come, reducing the need for frequent repairs or replacements.

Refresh the floor in your home

Ready to refresh your home’s floors, deck, or stairs? Getting started is simple. All you need to do is request a free quote.