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Hardwood Floor Cleaning

Hardwood floor cleaning, service, near me, by me, md, va, d.c

When you sweep or mop your hardwood floors you aren't removing all dirt and grime that attaches to the surface.  Old wax and polish on hardwood floors have to be removed by professional with the proper equipment and stripping solution that's not sold over the counter.  Our specialist use a Karcher floor scrubbing machine to remove old wax and polish on your hardwood floors.  The Karcher machine can be used for cleaning as well or we can use our 175 buffing machine. 


If you have old, peeling, discoloration and fading wax or polish give us a call.  We will strip that old stuff off and bring your hardwood floors back to it's original state.  You have dry soil, dirt and grime on that wood that need cleaning?  We can also bring hardwood floors back to life with screen and recoating with polyurethane.



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  • Over 8 years Experience

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Hardwood wax removal

Hardwood floor wax removal, service, near me, by me, md, va, d.c

Hardwood cleaning

Hardwood floor cleaning service, near me, by me, md, va, d.c

Polyurethane Screen and Recoating

Hardwood floor polyurethane screen and recoating, near me, by me, md, va, d.c

We provide the following services for Hardwood, Engineered, Laminate and Vinyl Floors

  • Wax and polish removal

  • Cleaning

  • Screen and recoating with polyurethane

  • Wood stain color correction (No sanding needed)

  • Polishing

Benefits of Hardwood Floor Screen and Recoating with Polyurethane

The best solution for your hardwood floors is for our technicians to apply polyurethane onto your floors. Polyurethane provides protection to your hardwood floor investment.


  • Customers can choose different sheens: matte, satin, semi-gloss and high gloss

  • Polyurethane protect your floors 7 to 10 years

  • Protect from hardwood floor from scratches 

  • Prolong your hardwood floors


What will over the counter polishes and waxes do to your floors over time?


  • Peel, fade and become discolored

  • Appear dull  

  • Have scratches from pets or furniture

Our Polyurethane Screen and Recoating process:

  • If there is old wax on the floors it need to be removed

  • Floors are vacuum to remove dry soil and debris

  • 175 buffing machine is used to screen the floors to allow the polyurethane to bond to the floor

  • Floors are vacuum and cleaned

  • Polyurethane is applied to the floor and a t-bar is used to evenly distribute the polyurethane onto the floors

  • Floors are allowed to dry 1 to 1.5 hours before applying a second coat

We can save you money without sanding your hardwood floors

Hardwood floors may need to be sanded, stained and refinished with polyurethane if the following applies:



  • Many deep scratches in the floors

  • Water damage

  • Faded wood floor stain throughout the floor

  • Sun damage that has bleached, faded or darken the wood floor

Hardwood Floor Old Wax and Polish Removal

We receive many calls from customers requesting hardwood floor cleaning.  Many times our specialist arrive to the home and notice old wax or polish on the floors.  Old polish and wax need to be removed from the floors with a stripper before cleaning.  A cleaning neutralize will not remove old polish or wax on hardwood floors.


Hardwood floor wax removal process:


  • Floors are vacuum to remove dry soil and debris

  • A stripper is applied to the floors to loosing up the wax or polish

  • Floor scrubber used to break up the wax or polish and extracted into the machine for removal

  • Hardwood floor cleaner is used to clean the floors


Some customers may choose to have a professional polish applied to their floors instead of polyurethane. If you have prefinished hardwood floors we can apply urethane to rejuvenate your floors and bring them back to life. We also can apply polish to laminate floors as well.

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