Effects of Sunlight on Polished Floors

Two most destructive components of sunlight are UV and IR (infrared) rays. IR generates heat and UV bleaches the floor. Your board’s material fades and ages more quickly. This color change process is dependent on floor’s exposure to direct or indirect sun rays.

Solution to the problem

Manufacturers of stains and finishes use UV inhibitors to slow the discoloration. But this problem cannot be totally avoided. Huge expanses of glass windows allow sun’s rays to penetrate in easily. This aids in the process of oxidation.

Floor Sanding, a better solution

However, hiring a floor sanding professional will provide a better solution to your floor drying problem. With timber flooring Melbourne, you can be assured of the strength and sustainability of your floors.

Home handy man provides a long term solution for your boards that might have cracked and need restoration. Staining changes floor colour and has a dramatic effect on the character of the space.

You can use protective sealants with different levels of matt, gloss and sheen, for a layer of protection on your wooden floor. Choose quality products to coat your floor, than losing it to the sun. With proper maintenance your hardwood floor can last for decades.

Floor sanding professionals do give a demo by applying sample colours to a test patch, to see how colours affect the original boards colour.