Floor Polishing in Pompano Beach and Fort Lauderdale

Posted on: May 3rd, 2017

There are some flooring trends that come and go out of fashion yet one style that continue to remain in vogue is none other than the wooden floorboard. Often houses hide a beautiful looking floorboard under carpets and if you are amid one of them, then you should remove the annoying carpet and polish the wood into its original glory. Not only will this improve the aesthetics of your property you will also take pleasure of easier cleaning and maintenance. If you need floor polishing services then call us at Tri County. We offer these services to people residing in and around Doral, Fort Lauderdale, Miami FL, Pembroke Pines, Pompano Beach and Tamarac.

Key benefits

The two key benefits of choosing polishing services for your floors are as follows,

  • Good for allergy sufferers- along with cleaning compatibility and improved looks, a polished floor will also prove effective for allergy sufferers. A carpet can harbor allergens and dust, which can trigger asthma and also at the same time create havoc on people suffering from allergies. Simply sweeping a polished floor with a broom you can clear off the pet hair, dust mites and other forms of nasty allergens which in the case of a carpet is likely to get clung to these unwanted and annoying guests until it is vacuumed thoroughly or subjected to an expensive steam cleaner.
  • Customized to cater your tastes- the best part is it can be custom made to cater your specific tastes. You may want the shade of the floor to complement the furniture of the dining room or a shade that will help in brightening up the room. After you have sanded and polished the floorboards you will be capable of choosing from assorted colors. You can pick from the colors that are pre-made or mix your own for creating an original and customized shade which you can refer as your own.

So if you wish to reap the perks of floor polishing and sanding you know whom to contact right? We are available 24/7.

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