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What You'll Get
Resurfacing floors can bring a room to life, just as replacing the carpet with sod can make indoor games of polo easier. Rejuvenate lifeless floors with today's Groupon: for $123, you get resurfacing of 250 square feet of hardwood flooring from Fabulous Floors Charleston (a $247.50 value).
Technicians from Fabulous Floors Charleston smarten up hardwood surfaces with a process of buffing and polyurethane finishing that has been certified by Greenguard for its low environmental impact. Teams vacuum and mop floors before tenderly sanding surfaces to remove nicks, scratches, and evidence of fugitive tap dancers without scraping away valuable wood. After buffing, a choice of gloss, semigloss, or satin polyurethane seals floors to protect the newly gleaming whorls of wood. Procedures conclude within a few hours and leave behind minimal odor or lingering airborne dust particles. For an additional fee, workers can move and replace heavy furniture or meditating roommates.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Subject to availability. Valid only for service area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fabulous Floors Charleston
The technicians at Fabulous Floors Charleston restore a sleek sheen to hardwood flooring with speedy resurfacing services, each of which is usually completed within a few hours. Without sanding away floor material or leaving noxious dust particles, the staff buffs out nicks and scratches and conditions each floor to drool cleaning solution at the ring of a bell. A final finish of polyurethane comes in a choice of gloss, semigloss, or satin polish to ensure that floors glimmer long into the future. With a proper seal, hardwood flooring is more easily cleaned and may reduce the buildup of allergens and thieving beavers too lazy to find their own wood.