Eurofloor Pro


How Long Will It Take For My Hardwood Floors To Be Sanded And Refinished?
The average project is typically two to three days. The floor condition and its size can affect the lead time.  
How Long Should I Wait Before Walking On Floors After Refinishing?
Finished floors should be dried within 24 hours for walking and gently placing furniture ( no dragging). Allow at least two days before placement of your rugs. The finish can be affected by cold temperatures, so make sure your house is climatized on the inside.   
Can I Stay Home While My Hardwood Floors Are Being Refinished?

Please keep in mind that you cannot walk on the floor until they are completely dry, and it may or may not prevent you from staying home. Polyurethane emits an odor that some may find strong or unpleasant, and cracking windows may help with this problem.

I Want To Get My Floors Refinished But What About The Dust?

We always treat your home as if it was our own. We know the head-aches of home improvement often include the mess construction can leave behind. Eurofloorpro always protects any furniture, televisions, and doorways with plastic. We secure the areas we are working to keep the others clean. Once the work is finished, we make a point of vacuuming and wiping down the dust created to help you with the final touch-up.

Which Type Of Polyurethane Is Better For Refinishing Hardwood Floors- Oil -Based or Water-Based?

We offer both options, and the best option for you depends on what kind of floor we will work on, and if you leave home during the time, your flooring is getting recoated.
Oil-based looks better if you like the wood with more amber and also costs a bit less.
Water-based, on the other hand: dries faster, doesn’t smell as bad, is better for the environment.

What Am I Going To Do With All My Furniture While Refinishing Hardwood Floors?

Unfortunately, furniture moving is not a liability for us due to the fact we are not registered as a moving company, only as floor contractors; the best you can do is get quotes from your local movers, tell them what you are doing, and need an “In House Move.”

I'm Having My Floors Stained, How And When Do I Choose My Stain Color?

There are many varieties of stain; each floor takes the dye differently, so after our crew sand an area on your house, we can apply a sample with your three favorite colors to show on your floor how it is genuinely going to look like; in our experience, we have found that this is the best way to choose stain colors.

Engineered Vs. Solid Hardwood Floors?

Choosing between engineered and real hardwood flooring can be a tough decision. Engineered floors are made from real wood, unlike laminate flooring. There are multiple layers manufactured, cross-bound, under heat and pressure, called ‘plies’. Engineered flooring can be less susceptible to symptoms of moisture and humidity then solid wood. Often, homeowners will opt for Engineered flooring for lower levels of the house, which are often damper spaces. Hardwood floors are milled entirely from real wood in a much simpler process. Real wood is often thicker than engineered, which can ensure the floors in your home survive longer and can be sanded and refinished more times. It is possible to sand and refinish Engineered flooring, depending on the thickness of the boards.

Pre-finished Vs, Unfinished

Pre-finished flooring has had its finish or veneer sprayed on by the manufacturer before installation. Un-finished wood floors are installed first and refinished after, allowing the owner to choose between more custom colors and finishes. Pre-Finished flooring will come in a variety of colors and textures but aren’t as customizable.

What Is The Easiest Way To Set Up An Estimate?

We have been doing our estimates for floor refinishing over the phone, by text, or by chat. Our customers love it because it’s easy, convenient, and saves everyone’s time. What you need is 10 min, measuring tape, and a calculator.
Measuring length x width determines the room’s square footage. Simply put…a 10’ x 10’ room = 100 sq feet.
We ask you to measure your floors the best you can, but don’t worry if you’re not 100% accurate. We will verify the measurements with you on the day of the job; most people are within 20 sq. feet.
Also, we may need you to snap pictures with your phone and send it to us. If you prefer, feel free to call us at 973.855.1992 to set up a free estimate in your home today!