How Often Should I Refinish My Wood Floors?

Because the polyurethane finish represents the main barrier between your floors and the outside world, you can expect that they will take some damage over time. As such, you will need to touch up or replace the finish once in a while. How often are we talking here? That’s where we find good news. You will only need to do this job once every 7-10 years, and you may not even need to do it that often.

The whole question hinges on the amount of wear and tear that your floors receive. For instance, floors in little-used areas are going to last longer than the floor in a heavily trafficked hallway. Floors that get wet more often (like the places near your doors) are also not going to last as long before they need refinishing.

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