When your floor needs a facelift,
we're here to help.
With over 13 years experience, Woodworks Refinishing provides quality hardwood floor refinishing services throughout the Waterloo Region
After gaining experience with a variety of custom hardwood installers and refinishers across Canada, Ben Locke founded Woodworks Hardwood Refinishing. Locke’s portfolio includes all scales of hardwood projects, from custom gymnasium flooring to oak inlaid stairs.
At Woodworks, we use state-of-the-art sanding equipment, tailored to the size of the job. Our process minimizes the amount of dust and waste during the refinishing process.
Ben Locke personally participates in every job that Woodworks Refinishing completes, assuring the highest standard of quality for hardwood floor refinishing services in the Kitchener-Waterloo Area.
We had Ben refinish the floors in our house from top to bottom. Ben's work was incredible -- he worked quickly, made zero mess, paid attention to details and was a pleasure to be around. We love our new floors.
Gina Nenniger Cambridge Homeowner
I was thrilled with everything. I never expected my outdated parquet floors to look so modern. Ben recommended a dark stain, and I am so glad we went with his recommendation.
Joanne Lamb Oakville Homeowner
Our experience with Woodworks Refinishing was extremely positive. Ben and his crew were professional, friendly and kept our home totally dust-free. The attention to detail was exceptional. We will hire him again once we are ready for the upstairs.
Asa Tadeki St.Jacobs Homeowner
We originally had carpet in our hallway and hardwood in just our rooms upstairs. Ben found us hardwood to match, installed it in the hallway, then sanded our entire upstairs and stained it to match. I had no idea that was even possible. My wife and I are so much happier with our home now!
Walter DaSilva Waterloo Homeowner
At Woodworks Hardwood Refinishing, we offer several different options for your floor. Deciding which option is the best fit for your hardwood will depend on the severity of your floor’s current condition and the look that you want to achieve.
The most popular choice for revitalizing old hardwood floors, the process consists of sanding, buffing, staining and finishing.
A buff & coat is most appropriate for floors that are in good condition, but could use a bit of a polish.
Staining is an optional part of the sand & finish process. Staining a floor can also help hide water damage and pet stains.
Damaged floorboards can be removed and replaced with closely-matching boards.
For gymnasiums, game lines and custom logos can be taped and painted
Wooden stair treads can be refinished at the same time as a main floor area.