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Wavy-refinished-hardwood-floors, wavy refinished hardwood, help! discussion in 'solid and engineered hardwood q&a' started by drewski, feb 25, 2016. drewski member. i have a 100 year old two-flat that has a dining room and connected living room with hardwood floors that needed refinishing. without getting into too much detail about the circumstances regarding the refinisher i .... They use a drum sander or at least that is what i used, it's very aggressive and can cause those waves as if it's not moved evenly. i had to start with 20 grit and then 38 grit because the floors were never sanded from the original installation in the 50's, you could still see the planer marks and they were uneven., warning: the topics covered on this site include activities in which there exists the potential for serious injury or does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information contained on this site. always use proper safety precaution and reference reliable outside sources before attempting any construction or remodeling task!.

Q: my hickory 4-inch-board floors were installed in december 2005 in a brand new home.the boards are not laying completely flat. they have a wavy-like appearance and you can feel the waves with your hands. i noticed the waves on hardwood floor probably a month or so after installation., fixing and preventing chatter and wave when finishing a wood floor. details wayne lee november 30th 2000 published as stop chattering in december 2000/january 2001 issue. the problem. while working on a customer's red oak 2 1/4-inch floor, the contractor noticed a repeating pattern of marks across the floor, apparently from the big machine..

Waves in wood floors acceptable? q: i have a question about ‘the wave’. my floor is a very dark ebony, and the finish is satin. the floor has waves, you can definitely notice them, but they are more apparent when the light hits them. since the floor is very dark, without much of the grain showing through, they are more obvious then if the ..., i just had my floor sanded and finished, and got home to see the entire floor has waves spread a couple of inches apart. i'm not sure if this is chatter or what it's called and why it happened. the floor is australian cypress and while it came pre-finished it is not engineered and there was lots of ....

The cost to replace your hardwood floors is typically more than it costs to refinish them depending on a few factors. the hardwood flooring material can cost $2 per square foot and up plus labor averaging at $3 to $5 to install the wood.this cost doesn’t typically include removing your old floor, furniture moving, removing and reinstalling baseboards., that's because unlocking a sad floor's hidden beauty doesn't always involve messy sanding and staining, particularly if yours aren't damaged. to decide the best solution that works for your home, here are seven things to consider before renewing or refinishing old hardwood floors..

Finish flaws: avoid common wood floor finish failures. details brett miller may 29th 2013 published in june/july 2013 issue. i remember a job from my contracting days where we were restoring some floors in a historic home in denver. the homeowner was a cabinetmaker, and he was meticulous. we resanded the home's original fir floors, and when it ...

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