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Dave's Floor Sanding and Installing Inc.

from floor to finish, we've got it covered.

Hardwood Floor Sanding
A new hardwood floor?

From a cabin in the woods to corporate meeting rooms, Dave's has a hardwood thats just right for you.

Hardwood Floor Repair
A new hardwood floor?

If you've lived in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro of Minnesota, you've probably seen one of our hardwood flooring trucks traveling down the road, en route to one of our many customers.

Hardwood Floor Refinishing
A new hardwood floor?

With over 35 years in business we have the know-how, equipment and experience to tackle any hardwood flooring project. Our hardwood floor refinishing specialists have installed or refinished hardwood floors in thousands of homes and commercial facilities.

Hardwood Floor Care
A new hardwood floor?

For worry free, quality installation and refinishing, contact the hardwood floor specialists at Dave's Floor Sanding & Installing, Inc.

Hardwood Floor Install
A new hardwood floor?

Customer Service from our large showroom in Blaine, MN. All of our customer service reps have decades of actual field experience - more than enough to provide our customers with solutions for any problems they might encounter.

Hardwood Floor Repair: Stains

Once you find the source of your hardwood flooring problems, usually the fixes are pretty straight forward. Unfortunately, one of the hardest wood problems to take care of are the stains, and there can be a variety of them.

There is nothing worse than pulling up a rug or carpeting and finding that the hardwood flooring underneath contains pet urine stains. Depending on how long it has sat there untreated, the urine may have gotten through the finish and into the wood grain. The smell is bad enough but then having to deal with the black stains that usually denote damaged wood is more than enough to handle. People leaving their drinking glass on your wood floor or a spill that happened to not get completely cleaned up can cause your heart to sink when you find it. There are also different ring stains that indicate different issues. A white ring stain points to water as the cause and because of the color of the stain it indicates it is located either in the finish or the waxy surface of the flooring itself. A black ring is more difficult to take care of as this is usually water that has penetrated into the floor's finish. Foods that are non-greasy or even nail polish may come off easily, but there still can be some residual staining.

Everything depends on what type of stain we are talking about and how deep that stain has imbedded into the wood. The deeper the stain, the more invasive the repair. It is also important to understand the danger in using DIY methods when dealing with your hardwood flooring as using the wrong product or chemical can result in an entire floor refinishing or maybe even you chemically burning yourself.

There is no stain, though, that our expert flooring specialists at Dave's Floor Sanding have not dealt with in over 35 plus years of business. A complete floor refinish isn't always the answer, so depending upon what caused the stain, we know several options for treating these problems. We also have the knowledge and the equipment to make repairs to any of the damaged boards. Allow us to come into your home and assess the situation and discuss with you a solution that will work for not only for your budget but for the continued beauty of your hardwood flooring.

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