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Years of experience in Floor Sanding and Finishing, Flooring2Perfection strives to give you the PERFECT floor. Prompt, Friendly and Reliable service. We show due care for your floor, and your satisfaction is of utmost importance. We promise you peace of mind knowing that our work will be of the highest standard and all jobs are finished on time and to your schedule. We specialise in the use of non-toxic waterborne 2PAK resin based & all traditional finishes. For the perfect timber floor the FIRST TIME don't hesitate to call for a FREE no obligation quote. We work 7 days a week.


Mid North Coast NSW

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Mid North Coast
NSW Australia

Based in
Port Macquarie 2444
NSW Australia

Advantages of Timber Flooring

Healthy Option
Timber is a natural and healthy option, it is hard wearing and when maintained and kept clean, it avoids carrying the disgusting world that lives in your carpet. Did you know there is a disgusting world that lives in your carpet?, Mould, Animal dander, Allergy causing pollen and spores, Bacteria & micro organisms, Flea eggs, Larvae, Faeces, Dead skin & Dustmites. 44 million homes are estimated to be infested with dust mites beyond recommended levels for allergens, and did you know that even grout-lines in tiles can collect allergens.

If you are considering pulling your carpet up to sand & finish the beautiful boards underneath,Did you know? it actually works out cheaper to sand & finish then to have new carpet installed. Timber floors will last up to 10 years.

Timber floors are believed to be the most durable and low maintenance floor covering of nowadays.

There are many species of timber flooring available, you can find the colour and style of a timber floor to fit your interior.

Maintenance is so easy, new technology with finishes takes no more than a simple sweeping and the occasional dry mop to keep it looking in great condition.

Hardwood floors will always look good both in contemporary and traditional interior designs. There are many different choices of finishes that will best suit your lifestyle & match your needs.

Maintaining Timber Flooring

Under no circumstances should you ever use household detergents on your floor!

* Dirt and grit can be a timber floors worst enemy!! It doesnt just hide the gleam of your polished floor, but it can also be abrasive and actually harm the floor too. Use dirt trapping mats at each entrance to your home to help prevent sand,dust, and grit from being brought inside. Small rugs just inside your door can also help to remove extra dirt from your shoes.Dust daily with if possible, with an electrostatic broom.

*Strong light, particularly sunlight can cause a chemical reaction in wood causing it to change colour. Move rugs occasionally and make sure you wait at least 2 weeks before putting them down on your new floor.Use curtains and blinds to protect your floor where possible.

*With furniture, its not their weight but its movement that damages the floorboards. Make sure you fit protective pads to the legs of tables and chairs so that they can be moved easily without the risk of scratching your floor.


*Keep dirt off your floor. Dust, mop and vacuum regularly and keep doormats clean.

*Use only good quality floor mops and thoroughly wash new mops to remove any lint remaining from the manufacturing process.

*Sweep with a clean electrostatic mop (vacuuming is fine too as long as the vacuum doesnt scratch your floor).

*Do Not wet mop your floor or use water-based cleaners. Water can change the moisture balance within timbers and cause floorboards to cup, grow or buckle so it should be used sparingly and remain on the floor for the shortest time as possible.

*Wipe up spills promptly with a dry cloth, for sticky substances, moisten the cloth slightly. For Hard to remove fatty or greasy spills, use a neutral pH degreasing cleaner from specialist cleaning or floor shops.

*Wash the floor with an almost dry sponge mop using a mixture of a 1/2 cup of white vinegar to half a bucket of warm water this helps to cut through the floor waxes without harming the finish.