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RESULTS: We're the door refinishing experts in New Orleans!  Scott specializes in breathing life back into your old, weathered wooden door.  When you notice your door's surface has become dull, that the ideal time to refinish the door by staining, staining and applying at least three applications of marine grade spar varnish.  The longer you wait to refinish and repair your door, the more wood damage you'll experience.   

NO HIGH PRESSURE SALES: We certainly aren't sales people. We're just real people with an odd love for custom door refinishing. Our door restoration sells itself as we usually have a waitlist of about a month, depending on the weather. Let us give you a free quote.  Think it over, get other quotes and then call us when you're ready.  We're even available for commercial doors. 
QUALITY PRODUCTS:  We use high quality marine-grade varnish, not polyurethane. (Please stop using polyurethane on your doors or 2-n-1 products!) While every door with direct sun exposure requires some maintenance, it should not require to be stripped annually. At the most, the door may require a light sand and a new top coat annually. If you are completely stripping your wood door annually, you're not using the right products! 

NOLA PROUD: Scott and Tamara are both native to New Orleans.  Scott retired with 28 years of service as federal law enforcement.  Within about 2 months of being retired, Scott realized he needed to be busy doing things he loved.  Tamara, who works from a home office, completely agreed.  Ron joined the team and quickly realized that he also has an odd love for doors. Ron owned several local restaurants but after a year of retirement, he also realized that  retirement didn't suit him. He says he'll try the transition to retirement again in a few years. :-) Ray is the latest person to be sucked into our weird little obsession.  Ray is retired US Air Force and didn't take long for him to fit right in with the NOLA Door Refinishing family. 

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