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"As realtors, we are required to maintain our listings with the lenders who own properties. We had a toilet valve let go in one of our bank owned properties. Water ran all night and covered the bedroom and hall hardwood floors. We soaked up the water, but were left with a slight warping and some finish was gone. Mr Sandless came in and sanded, without an mess and finished the floors to a brand new shine. We are thrilled with their work and on time performance. Thank you MR. SANDLESS!! We plan to use you again!! "

I contracted with Mr. Sandless to recoat my Hartco engineered prefinished floor that had been scuff marked by a defective vacuum cleaner brush-head assembly. This is my opinion of their process and work performed. If your floor is in relatively good condition, ie. no deep scratches caused by animal paws or children playing or underlying defects, the floor finish they apply will be acceptable. However, if you are expecting the floor to return its original finish, that will not happen. The floor will only look as good as the underlying surface because these "defects" will remain visible along with "swirl" marks that are created by the screening process. "Sandless" I came to understand, means that the top coat is roughened up just enough to apply a sealer that binds the original finish to the new polyurethane top coat. My evaluation is this: relatively low cost, quick (one day, actually 5 hrs) low odor. That was the good part. The not so good: (1) left some globs of top coat on the finished floor that I had to sand out and apply my own finish to rectify their defect. (2) the workman were not as diligent as they should have been in vacuuming prior to top coat application, rushing through this part of the job and the end result was quite a bit of sanding debris in the final top coat. (3) the promise to show the types of top coat available, ie satin, semi-gloss/gloss, didn't happen prior to application and the resulting finish of semi-gloss is way, way to shiny and too late to do anything about it. My fault on this oversight. (4) top coat ended up on my carpet at the bottom of a staircase and I had to remove it a day later, not so easy. I got what I contracted for: "lower" cost than competitors, quick, low odor, walkable within an hour or so but I'm not thrilled with the finished product. In hindsight, I should have spent more time and money, taken the extra day to sand more of the previously applied top coat off before having a finish applied. And I should add, there is dust, even after I pretty much sealed off the rest of my house with plastic sheeting placed over all entry ways and essential furniture. Their vacuuming attachment doesn't work so well. I had higher expectations. My final advice: spend the extra time and money, have your flooring sanded if possible. It is what it is. I would only recommend with a cautionary account of my own experience.

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

"As realtors, we are required to maintain our listings with the lenders who own properties. We had a toilet valve let go in one of our bank owned properties. Water ran all night and covered the bedroom and hall hardwood floors. We soaked up the water, but were left with a slight warping and some finish was gone. Mr Sandless came in and sanded, without an mess and finished the floors to a brand new shine. We are thrilled with their work and on time performance. Thank you MR. SANDLESS!! We plan to use you again!! "

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

"Our wood floor was in really bad shape. It had oet stains and had been covered with carpet for over 30 years. [redacted] crew, [redacted] and [redacted] did an excellent job of sanding, staining and finishing our floor. It now looks GREAT!

Thank you Mr. Sandless of Youngstown - [redacted]."

I contracted with Mr. Sandless to recoat my Hartco engineered prefinished floor that had been scuff marked by a defective vacuum cleaner brush-head assembly. This is my opinion of their process and work performed. If your floor is in relatively good condition, ie. no deep scratches caused by animal paws or children playing or underlying defects, the floor finish they apply will be acceptable. However, if you are expecting the floor to return its original finish, that will not happen. The floor will only look as good as the underlying surface because these "defects" will remain visible along with "swirl" marks that are created by the screening process. "Sandless" I came to understand, means that the top coat is roughened up just enough to apply a sealer that binds the original finish to the new polyurethane top coat. My evaluation is this: relatively low cost, quick (one day, actually 5 hrs) low odor. That was the good part. The not so good: (1) left some globs of top coat on the finished floor that I had to sand out and apply my own finish to rectify their defect. (2) the workman were not as diligent as they should have been in vacuuming prior to top coat application, rushing through this part of the job and the end result was quite a bit of sanding debris in the final top coat. (3) the promise to show the types of top coat available, ie satin, semi-gloss/gloss, didn't happen prior to application and the resulting finish of semi-gloss is way, way to shiny and too late to do anything about it. My fault on this oversight. (4) top coat ended up on my carpet at the bottom of a staircase and I had to remove it a day later, not so easy. I got what I contracted for: "lower" cost than competitors, quick, low odor, walkable within an hour or so but I'm not thrilled with the finished product. In hindsight, I should have spent more time and money, taken the extra day to sand more of the previously applied top coat off before having a finish applied. And I should add, there is dust, even after I pretty much sealed off the rest of my house with plastic sheeting placed over all entry ways and essential furniture. Their vacuuming attachment doesn't work so well. I had higher expectations. My final advice: spend the extra time and money, have your flooring sanded if possible. It is what it is. I would only recommend with a cautionary account of my own experience.

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