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Why hire a floor polishing service through Airtasker?

It’s easy to find reliable granite or marble floor polishing near you on Airtasker! Stone floor polishing is not an easy task, so you need an experienced floor buffer who is up for the job and can deliver excellent results.

We step on our floors every day, and we set and move our furniture on top of them. That’s why no matter how durable our stone floors are, they will wear out after some time, and leaving them unpolished can cause damage. Grinding and polishing your floors can remove all imperfections, leaving you with a shiny surface that can last for a long time.

Taskers can take this work off your hands, so all you need to do is wait to enjoy your polished terrazzo floor or travertine floor afterwards. Choose among plenty of rated and reviewed Taskers near you, and get the clean, dust-free floors you desire! Put up a task now, and we’ll connect you to someone who can polish, seal, and repair terrazzo, marble, and a range of other floors!

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Top Floor Polishing related questions

It depends on the stone floor type, stone density, and foot traffic. Ideally, polishing your stone floors should be done regularly, either quarterly or biannually. It can also be done as needed, especially if there’s already too many scratches or too many abrasive particles like sand or grit, causing your stone floor to have a hazy, blurry, or dull appearance.

You can, but hiring a professional is more convenient. Instead of doing the job yourself, floor polishing experts can save you some precious time and money in the long run. They have extensive knowledge about floor polishing that can ensure flawless work in a shorter amount of time. Besides this, your household items may do more harm than good to your stone floors, so better rely on your Tasker’s appropriate polishing materials instead.

No. Taskers carry their own set of tools for them to be able to deliver a high-quality floor polishing and cleaning service. They are equipped with polishing vacuums, buffing machines, buffing pads, and other tools and supplies. But if you have those on hand and you prefer to use them, you can easily have it arranged or coordinated with your Tasker!

It all depends on the size of the area, how polished you want it to be, and your floors’ current condition. Generally, floor polishing can take two to three days. After that, you have to wait for at least 24 hours before walking on your newly-polished floors. Keep in mind that in 24 to 48 hours, it’s highly recommended that you wear socks to protect your new finish.

All kinds of spills can cause damage to your stone floor, so they need to be cleaned immediately to avoid permanent staining. Natural stone floors can be damaged by acidic liquids such as pet urine, coffee, wine, juice, and milk. When cleaning off spills, be sure to only absorb them by dabbing soft cloth or tissue onto the stain. You don’t want to wipe them as this can spread the stain to the other parts of your floor.

Floor polishing services need to use some equipment that can cause low-level noise and disruptions. You can have your schedule arranged with your Tasker, so they can come into your house and do the job at a time where there are minimal people around. This way, your daily activities at home will not be disrupted. Your Tasker can also make sure no mess will be left behind as soon as they’re done.

It depends on the stone floor type, stone density, and foot traffic. Ideally, polishing your stone floors should be done regularly, either quarterly or biannually. It can also be done as needed, especially if there’s already too many scratches or too many abrasive particles like sand or grit, causing your stone floor to have a hazy, blurry, or dull appearance.

No. Taskers carry their own set of tools for them to be able to deliver a high-quality floor polishing and cleaning service. They are equipped with polishing vacuums, buffing machines, buffing pads, and other tools and supplies. But if you have those on hand and you prefer to use them, you can easily have it arranged or coordinated with your Tasker!

All kinds of spills can cause damage to your stone floor, so they need to be cleaned immediately to avoid permanent staining. Natural stone floors can be damaged by acidic liquids such as pet urine, coffee, wine, juice, and milk. When cleaning off spills, be sure to only absorb them by dabbing soft cloth or tissue onto the stain. You don’t want to wipe them as this can spread the stain to the other parts of your floor.

You can, but hiring a professional is more convenient. Instead of doing the job yourself, floor polishing experts can save you some precious time and money in the long run. They have extensive knowledge about floor polishing that can ensure flawless work in a shorter amount of time. Besides this, your household items may do more harm than good to your stone floors, so better rely on your Tasker’s appropriate polishing materials instead.

It all depends on the size of the area, how polished you want it to be, and your floors’ current condition. Generally, floor polishing can take two to three days. After that, you have to wait for at least 24 hours before walking on your newly-polished floors. Keep in mind that in 24 to 48 hours, it’s highly recommended that you wear socks to protect your new finish.

Floor polishing services need to use some equipment that can cause low-level noise and disruptions. You can have your schedule arranged with your Tasker, so they can come into your house and do the job at a time where there are minimal people around. This way, your daily activities at home will not be disrupted. Your Tasker can also make sure no mess will be left behind as soon as they’re done.

What do floor polishing services include?

Floor restoration and polishing services include everything you may need for smooth and glossy floors! Having your floors regularly cleaned and polished can give you a lot of benefits. From stripping and scrubbing to waxing and floor buffing, booking floor polishing near you can take care of your needs. This service is perfect after constructing your house, renovating your rooms, or if you just want your floors deep cleaned and polished to perfection! Here are a few things Taskers can help you with:

Granite floor polishing

Granite is a premium material and the second hardest stone next to diamond, making it an outstanding wear-resistant floor surface. It’s also heat-resistant, which makes it suitable for kitchens. Have someone renovate your kitchen and install granite surfaces! Kitchens are high-traffic areas though, so your granite floor can still be worn out. Your Tasker can restore and polish it with either wet or dry material. Each granite polishing technique has its pros and cons, so let your Tasker walk you through each of them, and tell them what technique you prefer!

Terrazzo floor polishing

Terrazzo floors are made by combining chips and pieces of different kinds of stones with cement or epoxy. Because of this, terrazzo floors tend to be durable and strong, but also porous, especially if it’s left unsealed. To get a balance of practicality and aesthetics, terrazzo refinishing needs to be done regularly. Doing this will not only give your floor a brilliant shine but also will minimize its risk of damage. When your floors are starting to look dingy and dull, a terrazzo floor restoration can restore its glossiness and smoothness.

Marble floor polishing

Marble surfaces are versatile. They are sturdy and luxurious at the same time, while also staining very quickly. A marble floor that is left unpolished can easily look unsightly, and it can also make it more prone to damage. Good thing you can easily book a marble floor polishing near you that can take care of that problem! Before a Tasker proceeds with your marble restoration, they first need to know whether your marble is natural or cultured. Each kind has its specific polishing tools and techniques. 

Travertine floor polishing

Travertine stone is another flooring type that is adaptable to various decorative styles. But like all kinds of stone floors, travertine can also become dull-looking over time. There are many different types of travertine floors, ranging from tumbled and honed, to vein cut. Your Tasker needs to know what type of travertine floor you have for them to determine its correct restoration process.

Honed and tumbled travertine flooring is great for bathrooms because it easily hides soap scum and water spots. Aside from bathroom floors, you can also use it on your sinks and tubs. Besides fixing the flooring or your living room and kitchen, why not go all the way and have your bathroom renovated to give it a fresh, new look?

Recent Floor Polishing tasks

Wood Floor polishing

£1,000

Chelsea, Greater London

11th Jun 2022

We have parkour in our unit and has been over coated with floor polish Would like it to be sanded a big and re polished to get back to its glory It’s appx 2 rooms (350 sq ft) overall Thanks

Polish a scratch from a floor

£170

Hackney, Greater London, E8

17th Jan 2022

We need to polish out a scratch in wooden glossed mahogany floor - Due date: Flexible

Polish floorboards

£150

Bayswater, Greater London, W2

5th Sep 2021

Approx 500 sq feet of parquet floors to be buffed and polished Flexible on the day this is done

Polish existing concrete floor

£500

Watford Heath, Hertfordshire

27th Oct 2020

I have concrete flooring in the living room, hall and kitchen and would really like this polished to a 'terrazo' look as the main finish of these rooms. The total area is about 35 sqm. Its a 1930s house so would be great if you could tell me if you think it could come out as 'Salt and pepper' look or just a consistent grey?

Need Wooden Floor Sanded and Polished

£250

Earl's Court, Greater London

13th Nov 2018

We are a small cafe in Earl's Court with Parquet Flooring that needs cleaning - the area of the floor that needs cleaning is roughly 12msq. The Sanding and polishing will need to take place anytime after 4pm any day of the week.

Floor polish

£80

Harringay, Greater London

15th Apr 2022

New wooden floor needs oiling for one room. - Due date: Flexible

Kitchen counter top sanded and polished

£100

Coldfall, Greater London

13th Dec 2021

Kitchen counter top sanded and polished to remove scratches an water damage - Due date: Flexible

My wooden flooring to buff and polished

£30

West Wickham, Greater London

13th Jul 2021

Entrance, dining and living room ASAP

Polish wooden laminated floor

£50

Docklands, Greater London

26th Aug 2020

Clean and polish the living room laminated wooden floor

Sanding and polishing floorboards

£250

Knowle Green, Surrey

27th Sep 2018

New home. Oak engineered boards are blackened and need a refresh

Parkour floor polishing

£1,000

Chelsea, Greater London

24th Jun 2022

We have parkour in our unit and has been over coated with floor polish Would like it to be sanded a big and re polished to get back to its glory It’s appx 2 rooms (350 sq ft) overall Thanks

Sanding and polishing hardwood floor

£400

Earl's Court, Greater London

5th Apr 2022

Hi - We are looking for someone to sand and polish our hardwood floor, for a surface of approx 45 meter square. Flat will be mostly empty, with just few pieces of furniture

Cut and install 6 missing vinyl pieces on old floor and re-polish.

£150

Wandsworth, Greater London, SW18

23rd Oct 2021

Need to cut and install 5-6 missing pieces on an old vinyl floor. Once complete, need to clean and re-polish the vinyl flooring (remove old paint and other marks). Stairs have old staples from previous carpet install that need to be removed. - Due date: Before Monday, 1st Nov 2021

Polish / repair laminate floors

£50

Hampstead, Greater London

27th Nov 2020

Would appreciate if you could help us repair laminate flooring in the kitchen and living room.

Laminate Floor shine and polish

£60

Canary Wharf, Greater London

23rd Apr 2020

Hey are you available to Laminate Floor shine and polish