On Tuesday, I shared the process we used to refinish our hardwood floors at the Farmhouse, and today, I want to tell you what it cost. As a reminder, we refinished about 600sf of fir floors.
Here’s a breakdown of the expenses:
$120 Drum sander rental (2 days)
$160 Drum sander sanding belts (20 @ $8/each)
$40 Sand paper for palm and belt sanders (for edging)
$30 Wood putty
$40 Orbital sander rental (1 day)
$40 Orbital sander pads (8 @ $5/each)
$150 Polyurethane Finish (3 gallons @$50/each)
In the past, we’ve paid $3.50/sf for a professional refinish, which would have added up to $2,100 for this project. So we saved about $1,500 by doing this job ourselves, which for us, was totally worth it! I just hope the finish holds up to our wild boys and the dog’s nails…fingers crossed!
The finished room photos are of our farmhouse master bedroom, which we redid for the One Room Challenge. Check out that room reveal here.
p.s. Krystal recommended this book for the holiday season. I ordered it last week and can’t wait to read it with the boys!
p.p.s. I’m all about baking this holiday season! This tart looks delicious and I want to recreate these cookies plus there will probably be a cake or galette and I’m still figuring out what to do with the rest of our apples (maybe this!). Any favorite holiday baking traditions?!
p.p.p.s. I’m really not elaborate when it comes to holiday decor – stockings, garlands, and a real tree is about all you’ll see at our farmhouse – and this roundup of holiday spaces is full of amazing inspiration!