Timber Floor Restore

Our Timber Floor Restore service is a thorough cleaning process which restores old polished floors which are now looking dull and tired. It’s an extremely fast process which produces beautiful results without the need for a full sand and polish!

Benefits of the Timber Floor Restore

  • Extremely affordable
  • No sanding required
  • Same-day turnaround
  • Works on all types of wood floors
  • Professional colour blending
  • Available in gloss, satin, matte, ultra-matte
  • Removes dirt, grime, and residue
  • Reduces surface scratches
  • Restores floors original shine
  • No toxic fumes or smells
  • Includes floor sealer
  • Includes commercial grade 2 pak waterbase

Proud members of...

ATFA: Australasian Timber Flooring Association

Refresh your floors for $286

per room*

Tired, rundown wooden floors will look like new again with a unique cleaning process, finished off with a high quality polyurethane coating to bring your floors back to life.

*Timber Floor Restore service costs from as little as $25/sqm with a minimum price is $500. Quotes incur a $30 fee that is deducted from price if you proceed with the quoted work or another service.

Polished wood floors


Cherie Attias
Cherie Attias
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"We had our floors done by Millennium floors over 14 years ago and they still look as good today as if they were done yesterday! Please don’t hesitate to call Lee or Alisha you will be so glad you did! Thank you so much again, guys, well done & all the best!"
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"I just wanted to thank you for the great job your company did at sanding and staining my steps. They look great and we are very happy with the result. I also would like to make special mention of the two tradesmen that carried out the works. They were friendly and professional but above all they are obviously very good mates and in the time they were here, brought a jovial experience to the job. Really enjoyed doing business with your company. Thank you."
Matt Hill
Matt Hill
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"We have a unit that has parquetry timber floors that we had Millennium Floors come and bring back to life. We are so happy with the end result, you have brought our floors back to pristine condition."
Wendy O'keefe
Wendy O'keefe
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"I would like to say that it was so refreshing dealing with Lee and his assistants as they were respectful, polite and reliable workers. The group made up of Josh, Alan and Tom lead by Lee did a super job on our extensive timber parquetry floors. Stephen and I are very pleased with the result and would not hesitate in recommending your company."
Kay Elliott
Kay Elliott
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"Very happy I chose Millennium Floors to repair and re-do my timber flooring in my unit. What a great job everyone did. Very efficient and my floors look fabulous. I can’t thank you enough."

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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between a Solvent based Polyurethane finish and a 2 Pak water-based finish?

The main difference between the two types for home owners is; the dry time of the finish. Solvent based finishes take much longer to dry than water-based finishes. 3 coats of water based could be applied on your floors, in the time it takes for 1 coat of solvent based to be dry enough for a 2nd coat. These dry times can be the difference between you moving out for a few days and having to move out completely for a week or two.

Can you remove and replace our furniture on completion?

Yes we can organise this at a additional charge.

What stage during a renovation should I begin restoration of my floors?

If you’re restoring your floors as part of a larger renovation project, you should ensure that any carpentry, electrical, plastering, and glazing are completed before work on the floor begins to ensure they are not damaged with any other ongoing work.

Should my floors be completed before or after painting walls and skirting boards?

If painting prior to sanding your floors it’s recommended that the final coat on skirting boards to be applied after completion of the floors.

Do I need to empty a room in order to have my floors restored?

Unless specifically agreed to and quoted for, all furniture should be removed together with all floor coverings including staples, tacks etc.

Do I need to prepare my appliances before the floor restoration process?

Due to the flammable nature of coatings used during the polishing/finishing process, gas and electrical appliances are to be disconnected by qualified personnel and removed. All pilot lights must be also turned off.

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