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Your stair railing, banisters, and stairs can add a touch of timeless beauty to your home but may wear down over time and need resanding and refinishing.
When you refinish the wood railing by your stairs it can eliminate-
While these may begin to look rough over time, our contractors can rejuvenate these when you contact us today!
Before you can refinish or paint your wood stair railing, you will need to remove the old paint or finish that is currently on them. By removing the old finish or paint, the new finish will be able to adhere to the railing properly.
You can strip the old finish or paint by-
The railing will need to be sanded until the wood looks dull. All shine will need to be removed. Once finished, all that will be left is raw wood.
After the sanding is completed, the wood will need to be completely cleaned. This can be done by vacuuming or using a damp rag. The wood will need to be free of dust particles in order for the new finish to stick.
The same is what will need to happen if you chose to refinish your-
Our contractors will be able to come out and get the job done in a timely manner; leaving you with a beautiful stair railing, banister, and stairs.
While this project may seem like one that you can do on your own, you may want to hire a professional instead. All of the articles about DIY make this project look simple when in reality it is time consuming and can end in a disaster.
Hiring a professional will get the job done right, the first time. It will save you time, stress, and ultimately money (if they need to repair or fix any mistakes that you made).
You may even be able to get a discount on these services if they are included in the estimate with refinishing your wood floors throughout your home and in your hallway.
Together with your contractor, you will choose the finish that you want for the wood. If the wood is older or damaged, you may be advised to choose a penetrating finish which will-
You will want to be sure to allow the finish to dry completely before touching it or placing pressure on it.
The average costs for refinishing these areas can vary from around $40-$75 a stair. You will want to speak with the company in Cook County that you are thinking of hiring about their individual costs. You may even be able to get a discount if you combine refinishing your stairs and handrails with the refinish of your hardwood floors.
Refinishing a staircase may cost a bit more since this is a smaller area with a very small surface. These areas will-
You will want to hire a contractor that will pay attention to their detail in work. This will ensure that you will get them properly re-finished, no matter how meticulous and time consuming the job may be.
Contact us today to get your free estimate on resanding and refinishing and find out what other services that we have to offer.