Any one who ever planed to restore balustrade or to have staircase sanded and polished learned that it is almost impossible to find flooring company in Melbourne willing to do it.
When it comes to staircase and barrister restoration, VT Flooring has been proud specialist and one of the very few flooring companies in Melbourne to have necessary skills and experience to do the job properly. We have got years of experience in dealing with a wide variety of wooden stairs and barristers.
Staircase sanding and polishing is a delicate, precise and labour intensive process during which only small sanding tools can be used and wast majority of the work needs to be done by hand. However, once finished, the old staircase can become a stunning centrepiece in your home.
As any other part of wooden flooring in your house, stairs can be sanded and restored to their natural look. Covering the beautiful appearance of any wooden staircases with carpets is a shame.
Once finished and sanded properly, giving them enough care, wooden stairs can be stained and coloured or just sealed with clear varnish or oil. There are extremely hard wearing wood floor sealants available today for areas like stairs where high level of foot traffic is expected, so you should not worry about the durability of the floor finish.
When restoring your staircase, you cannot miss sanding and restoring balustrade as well. It will create feeling of a complete renovation in your home. Balustrade complement your staircase and their appearance is extremely important for the overall look and feel of the interior.
A majority of scratched, dull or damaged balustrade can be restored simply by sanding and re-finishing.
Balustrade as well as stairs are precise work that require craftsmanship, patience and attention to details. Despite the time and labour consuming process the outcome is well worth and rewarding. It will bring back the natural beauty of the wood and will contribute to the style and comfort in any type of interior.
Sanding and Polishing
• Why should I sand and polish
• Is my old floor good enough?
Staining and Varnishing
• Why should I stain and varnish my floor?
• What should I be aware of?