There is no definitive answer to this question, since it depends on a lot of variables: the reason for sanding; is there a deep gouge we are taking out, the person who does the sanding; how difficult are they pressing and many other things can affect it.
In the past, varnishing a floor was quite a chore. Two, three or four layers long, you’d be standing in a room where the entire floor was exhaling solvents at you. Not very pleasant-but not any longer!
The process wood floor restoration required to removing all of the furnishings from the room that needs to be restored and protective measures for the walls and other objects near the floor. Sanding the floor to remove gouges and scratches is the most difficult part of the process and the worker needs to be aware of nails that may protrude. After sanding the floor the home owner can begin staining the floor to their liking and then finally when the stain is dry, they can wax the floor to a glossy sheen.
In a word: Yes! For those that have no idea, engineered flooring is a surface layer of solid wood, with engineered ply below. Engineered flooring has come on a lot in the last few years, and the prime engineered brands now have a surface (solid-wood) layer of up to a quarter inch thick. Those who paid attention above knows that this means it will stand up to one sanding (supposing there are no deep gouges etc). One doesn’t sound like a lot, but provided that engineered flooring is a fraction of the cost of solid wood flooring, and that a wood floor can last over 10 years without the need to be sanded (if properly cared for) this makes engineered flooring fantastic monetary value.
When a wooden floor undergoes rubbish removal service, the resistance towards movement reduces dramatically. Also its leveling out reduces the odds of dust collecting on it. Hence, you wouldn’t have to clean the floor frequently.
Fir also varies greatly from board to board with respect to color. Some boards will be very red, others a lighter brown and still others will have significant light colored streaks in them. Because of this, no filler color will match perfectly. Always take these points into consideration before deciding whether your floors are a candidate for filling or not.
Professional floor sanders usually charge very reasonable amount of money. You should first find out how much you have to pay to the professional floor sanders.
Verify the credentials of the company and also make sure they have the right accreditation from the cleaning agencies. Ask for the prices beforehand so that there are no hidden costs later on. Peruse their websites minutely to ensure that each and every detail they provide is correct. If possible, from the testimonials talk to a few of the previous clients in order to know about the services better.