1. Limited access to living areas.
2. Technicians will be working extensive hours to finish your project as soon as possible.
3. Polyurethane emits a strong odor that will last a few days.
Clear areas of all furniture. Draw blinds and remove window treatments. This will protect fabrics and provide a well-lit workspace. Depending on the rooms in your project, some of the following may or may not apply. Refrigerators and ranges need to be removed before we arrive. Remove contents from countertops. Remove toilets.
If you are unable to meet our crew in the morning to let us in, please coordinate with the office to provide a key so we can get started right away.
For your pet's safety and to ensure the project's best completion, pets should be contained in a secure area away from the project.
Wait 8 to 10 hours before walking with stocking feet on the floor after the final polyurethane coat, 24 hours with shoes. After 48 hours pets and furniture can be put back on the floor. Use felt leg protectors on the furniture.
Do not cover newly finished floors with area rugs for minimum of 30 days. Even though the surface may feel hard to the touch it will take 30 days for polyurethane to be fully cured and hardened.
Allow one week before using water based cleaning products on the floor.