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When can I move back into my home or office?2017-01-30T09:28:53+00:00

All coats require a minimum 24 hour drying period prior to re-entry. Earliest re-tenancy is 48-64 hours after the final coat. After this period, furniture can be replaced into your home of office, with full protection required under all furniture contact points. All floors require 7-10 days prior to fully curing.

Do I need to remove any paintings / pictures from the walls?2017-01-30T09:28:35+00:00

No. But it is important to remember there may be some vibration from the sanding machines, so providing they are securely affixed to the walls, they will be ok. Pictures in glass frames are fine and any other paintings or pictures should be adequately covered by you.

Will my air conditioner or fireplace need to be sealed?2017-01-30T09:28:01+00:00

 Yes. It is recommended that these areas be sealed off against any foreign particle ingress. All air conditioners must be un-operational throughout the duration of the sanding and coating process.

Do I need to remove my curtains and blinds?2017-01-30T09:27:38+00:00

 No. However, curtains should be bagged up in strong garbage bags, and blinds fully drawn up to avoid dust collection.


Will you remove our furniture?2017-01-30T09:27:06+00:00

No. We are unable to move your furniture as we are not licensed furniture removalists and cannot insure against removal of your personal belongings / furnishings.


What gloss or sheen level should I choose?2017-01-30T09:26:32+00:00

This will vary from project to project. Ultimately, lower sheen finishes will show up less dust and scratches on your floor and will sustain better with normal wear and tear.

How long will my job take to complete?2017-01-30T09:26:08+00:00

Generally you will be looking at a 3-4 day turnaround for most projects. Accessibility, project layout, product choice and drying times all need to come into consideration to determine the duration of the job.

Do I have to sand my whole house?2017-01-30T09:25:41+00:00

No. Your house can be completed in stages. In most circumstances your house will have convenient cut off points on the edges of your floor boards. However, it is important to take into consideration; it may be more cost effective to complete your floors in one project, as depending on your product choice, you may have to evacuate your home each time.


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