During the treatment of hard flooring, we remove previous finishes, grime and residue left behind from previous maintenance. The floor is then resealed. In order to prevent damage and wear, we always recommend routine deep cleaning.
Elastic floors such as PVC require special maintenance. We are knowledgeable about the individual properties of flooring and can professionally advise you about cleaning methods and selecting the right treatment. Apart from conventional cleaning, which is occasionally necessary, we also offer the latest cleaning methods and techniques.
Artificial and natural stone flooring
This type of flooring also needs to be specially cleaned, in order to maintain the shininess of the natural stone for example. Routine maintenance is necessary to preserve the quality for as long as possible. Take advantage of our expertise and competent specialists.
Our flooring treatment is also suitable for parquet flooring and includes both polishing and material maintenance. Whether the parquet is waxed or sealed, we see to it that it is correctly protected.
Deep cleaning of parquet flooring
With the right methods, committed specialists can clean surfaces that have been neglected or improperly maintained in a sustainable manner.
Finishing. Depending on the type of floor, a wear layer is applied.
Oiled flooring requires the greatest amount of maintenance; however, this is not an issue if it is done properly. Oil penetrates deep into the wood and protects it against water absorption and grime. However, since no protective layer forms on the surface, professional finishing is periodically required. When it comes to selecting an oil, the most important factor is the visual appearance.
Both hot and cold waxing options are suitable. Like oil, wax requires solvents to penetrate into the wood. Solvent-free products are only intended for the surface layers. Oil, fats and wax are all similar, but wax is the most durable and can also be buffed. This is advantageous for subsequent finishing work.
Lacquers form a non-porous layer on the surface of the wood. We differentiate between single-component and multi-component lacquers based on the structure of the layers. Depending on the lacquer base, a solvent-containing oil-resin compound or a water-soluble polyurethane-based or acrylic-based compound, or a mixture of both, is used. Durability is determined by both the lacquer base and the underlying wood, and requires the elasticity, hardness and adhesiveness to be compatible.