If you’ve begun the search on how to restore your current floors, or whether it’s time to replace them, you might have come across screening wood floors—also known and the “buff and coat.” This process is well-known throughout the flooring industry but is often foreign to homeowners.
In a nutshell, re-screening is a process that removes the top coat of your flooring but does not remove any of the colors. Re-screening engineered wood floors or traditional hardwood floors can extend the life of your flooring, as well as save you money, labor, and time involved with new flooring installations.
It is best to re-screen your floors when they are worn, scratched, or dull but the color beneath is not stained or damaged.
Re-screening engineered wood floors is possible, although depending on the quality of your floors, it may not be necessary. With our eco-friendly and industry's best top coat, WearMax DWR, you won't have to worry about re-screening or refinishing your From The Forest floor for 10-15 years!
All of the collections we offer can be professionally re-screened an unlimited amount of times allowing it to last generations.