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Residential Projects

At SandFree, we’ve helped many homeowners achieve their perfect floor. Our residential projects include large homes, small homes, old homes, historical homes, and more.

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Commercial Projects

When it comes to refinishing the flooring in commercial buildings, you can’t trust just anyone. Our company has completed successful projects for many prestigious clients.

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A lot of people have been using floor polishing products like  Bona, Orange Glo, Mop N Glo, and many other floor acrylic polymers.  There are some basic problems with these polishes – they aren’t hard, and you are sealing in the dirt.

Acrylic Polymer is soft. It scratches.

Acrylic Polymer is soft. It scratches.

If this happens to you, don’t worry.  Call your local SandFree Office.  They can dissolve the polish and restore your wood.  We’ve done this in the worst cases and it consistently works.


Real Urethane for Real Wood

Our water-based urethane works harder, lasts longer, and is clearer than oil-based urethanes.

No Dust

Because we don’t need to sand your floor in order to refinish it, you won’t have to deal with dust lying around your home or building.

No Odor

The urethane that we use to refinish your flooring has no odor, no flammability issues, and dries quickly, so you can rest easy.

No Downtime

Our projects have a quick turnaround time, so you won’t have to close off your home or building for weeks in order to refinish your floors.



“I am so happy with my brand new refinished floors! They are beautiful! I struggled with the decision whether to do the floors myself or to hire someone to do them for me. I am so happy with my decision!”

Cindy W, Orange County, CA.

“My floors look better than new! They still have the character that comes from use, but with a beautiful low level sheen without all the surface scratches that made them look old and worn.”

M.S., Philadelphia, PA.

“We are amazed at the results from our selection of Wood Floor Refinishing on our 120 year old hardwoods. We had uncovered these floors from carpet after 40 years, not knowing they were there.”

The Corring’s