Project: Sanding & Sealing Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring

  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration #1

  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration #2

  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration #3

  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration #4

  • Closer Look to Our Floor Sanding Quality #5

  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration 1
  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration 2
  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration 3
  • Kahrs Engineered Oak Flooring Restoration 4
  • Closer Look to Our Floor Sanding Quality 5

Before The Works

This overlooking the canals of Brentford flat was fitted with Kahrs Verona - a 3-strip engineered oak flooring. The flooring was looking tired from years of use and needed refreshing.

 

 

How We Did It...

Kahrs Verona is 14 mm thick engineereed oak flooring, like most of the 3-strip products on the market and it has only a 3 mm top real wood layer.

Our team therefore had to be more carefull with the preparation and during the restoration towards the new finish.

The approach to the floor sanding process is selected based on a number of factors - hardness of the timber, level of the existing floors, type of finish to be removed and more.

The level of this type of product is expected to be nearly perfect, as it has a click system locking between the planks. Therefore no leveling was required, but the team had to focus mainly on removing the existing finish.

Apart of the floor sanding, the service included replacement of some damaged door thresholds.

The floors were sealed finally with Bona Mega SilkMatt lacquer.