Pine Wood Floor
Pine wood floor boards are considered to durable with the right maintenance and relatively also relatively inexpensive. Pine is classed as a softwood and therefore may dent more easily compared to hardwood floors such as oak for example. A pine wood floor is usually a yellowy – brown colour which darkens with age unless sanded. As with many other wood species there are various grades of pine wood floor boards showing more or less exposed grain and more or less knots.
Flooring Works: – Pine wood floor sand and Junckers HP Commercial polyurethane lacquer application
The floor was in a particularly bad state,, previously being a waiting room in a well used commercial facility. There used to be a table in the middle of the floor hence the very dark grey square. With no protection at all the dirt, moisture and other contaminants were trodden into the grain of the wood. Setting expectations accordingly we commenced with sanding the pine wood floor with our Lagler Hummel drum floor sander finishing on an 80 grit sand paper belt. We then abraded the floor using our Numatic buffing machine to 100 grit mesh screen disc finish. The pine wood floor was then vacuumed to remove all dust residue. One coat of Junkers Prelak followed by three coats of Junckers HP Commercial were then applied.