The previously polished timber floors in this home at Coorparoo, are an example of a typical Queensland Hoop Pine floor that is found in almost all Queenslander style of houses. Although this wooden floor had been polished previously, it was in need of a timber floor renovation. Budget Floor Sanding sanded the old timber floor, stripping back the old wood floor finish. Then the floor was re-finished with three coats of a semi-gloss polyurethane timber floor coating. There had been some previous timber floor board replacement in the pine tongue and groove floor and these new timber floor boards were stained to blend them in with the old existing wooden floor.
You will note the darker line down the middle of the room. This mark represents where sheets of old lino floor covering joined. Over many years dirt penetrates down through the join and results in a permanent feature, even after floor sanding and polishing has occurred. This marking will become less noticeable when furniture and rugs are returned to the newly sanded and polished timber floor. Another successful timber floor restoration by Budget Floor Sanding.