Before our partners started offering SandFree®, they all were installing wood. From the simplest strip installations, to the complicated patterns featured above, installation is a great service that we provide. If you have questions about your floor possibilities, please contact your local SandFree® Franchisee – click on “Offices” above.Learn More
Once we knew how to use SandFree® on wood, we realized it would work on any hard surface. We were called by the Pulitzer Foundation in St. Louis and sent men there to SandFree® the concrete floors in their museum. We developed a special gray color for the floor and it has held up beautifully. If you have some concrete floors and would like to inexpensively refinish and recolor them, get a SandFree® quote.Learn More
Oxford Mills was an extreme job for SandFree. The floors were 100 years old, and had previously been warehouse floors. Even though nothing had been done to the floors for 50+ years, SandFree® was able to restore them quickly and easily. Remarkably, even though the work was done in the middle of winter without heat in the building, there was not 1 instance of bubbling – in 80,000 square feet of work.
If SandFree® can work in conditions like this, think of what it can do in your environment.Learn More
Normally, refinishing marble is costly and involves strong chemicals. SandFree® can apply a polish to marble at a very low cost. We don’t recommend changing the color of the marble, but making the marble shine again is not an issue.Learn More
In the past 5 years, a few large chemical companies have come up with “quick shine” polishes for wood floors. The problem is the more times you apply these polishes, the more you need to apply additional layers of the polish. And rarely does a customer thoroughly clean their floor before each layer of polish. The good news is SandFree® developed a product to dissolve these polishes, without sanding. There are samples on the website of extreme polish problems that we have solved.Learn More
Many of the SandFree® franchisees started out as floor sanders. They joined when they saw the value SandFree® offered to their customers. But they still knew how to sand floors. There are certain floors that need to be sanded – extreme water damage, buckling, or floors that have been stained dark when the customer wants a light color are all floors that need to be sanded. But there are also large jobs that need to be sanded – like gyms. If the gyms haven’t been using SandFree® to maintain the finish on their floor, the floor will have to be sanded. Please contact your local SandFree® franchisee for a quote on sanding your gymnasiums.Learn More
Despite the fact we can do gyms, we have built our business repairing floors. In the case above, we used reclaimed wood to replace 25% of the floor that was badly damaged. The customer had a special color of a prefinished wood on the 2nd and 3rd floor and wanted to match that color on the first floor. No typical penetrating stain could match the color they wanted, but our ColorMagiQ stain system was able to match the color exactly. No one has done more to enable customers to continue to use their existing wood than SandFree® has done.Learn More
Real Urethane for Real Wood
Our water-based urethane works harder, lasts longer, and is clearer than any other finish.
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.
The urethane that we use to refinish your flooring has no odor, no flammability issues, and dries quickly, so you can rest easy.
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.