By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: May 2016
Tracy Booth, owner and founder of Gleam Guard Dust Free Wood Refinishing.
Cabinets are the most visible and most used element of your kitchen. Everything else in the kitchen revolves around the cabinets! Spring is here, and if you want a kitchen that dazzles family and friends, focus on the cabinets. Whether your cabinets are in extremely rough shape, have only a few smudges, or are covered in thick grease from years of cooking, Gleam Guard Dust Free Wood Refinishing is the quick, clean, odor-free, reasonably-priced, highly effective solution.
“We can refinish cabinets that are in really bad shape. We can also clean your cabinets and give them a new, permanent finish. The Gleam Guard finishes are available in either shiny or satin. When we apply our Gleam Guard system, it bonds to the original finish and makes the surface smooth and dry. The process remarkably enhances wood grain and keeps it looking oiled and polished. Old imperfections cannot be seen,” says owner Tracy Booth. “This is an ultra low odor process; it is completely safe for even those with serious breathing problems to be in the house.”
The only thing you need to do to prepare for the Gleam Guard team is “open your door and let us in your kitchen,” says Tracy. “In other words, there is no need to empty your cabinets, remove cabinet hardware, cover your furniture or anything else – we take care of it all.” The entire Gleam Guard process takes only one to two days to complete, so your kitchen can be transformed in time for the holidays. Call today to schedule.
Tracy and his professional craftsmen have been providing Gleam Guard Dust Free Wood Refinishing in Tulsa area homes for over 25 years. They have perfected their skill, their timing and their attention to detail. “We have customers we served over 20 years ago who say their cabinets still look great even today. It is because of our hometown people in the Tulsa area that we were able to expand and help families across the country beautify their homes, including Kansas City, Branson, Northwest Washington and Canada,” he says. The grass roots will always remain in Tulsa, home of the Gleam Guard flagship office and headquarters.
The Gleam Guard team is ready and eager to make many more Tulsa area homes look their best. There is still time to have kitchen cabinets refinished in as little as a day. Whole house projects, which include kitchen and bath cabinets, baseboards, doors, moldings, paneling and just about any other vertical wood surface, can be done in three to five days.
The Gleam Guard crew will be in and out, without interruptions or breakaways. Their work area, when finished, will look like no one was there. Aftercare is as simple as wiping with a damp cloth.
Tracy says when people see the difference Gleam Guard has made in friends’ or relatives’ homes, they are sold. Even those considering new cabinets or refacing old cabinets frequently decide on Gleam Guard Dust Free Wood Refinishing instead.
It’s the sensible solution that makes a big difference. “I love to show people how they can save money and still have beautiful wood finishes that look like new,” says Tracy. To complete the spring makeover, the Gleam Guard team can also deep clean rock and stone interior surfaces, such as fireplaces, as well as ceilings – even popcorn ceilings.
A Gleam Guard technician would be happy to do an in-home demonstration on an existing cabinet door to give owners a glimpse of what Gleam Guard will look like in their homes. Just make a call to (918) 455-4211.
Sheryl Sowell was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. She graduated from Will Rogers High School and received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Northeastern State University in 2007. She has worked for Value News as editor, writer and advertising copywriter since 2008. She enjoys meeting and interviewing people for Value News articles, learning about their backgrounds, and helping to promote their businesses and local events. In her free time, she enjoys reading, trying new recipes and crafts from Pinterest, attending concerts and sporting events, and spending time with family and friends. Sheryl lives in Tulsa with her fiancé Paul, their daughter Scarlett, and their two dogs, Gunner and Boo.
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