By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: June 2020
Gleam Guard owner and founder, Tracy Booth.
A season of warmer weather and family gatherings is upon us. The kitchen is the heart of any home, and a place where memories are made and valuable time spent. Is your space all you wish it could be?
Gleam Guard Dustfree Wood Refinishing is in the business of making dream kitchens come true. Owner and Founder, Tracy Booth, has been in the business for over 30 years and gives his customers the kitchen they’ve always Gleamed of. “I love to show people how they can save money and still have beautiful wood finishes that almost look new,” he said. “Many people believe that all wood refinishing is messy and that remodelers always take longer. Gleam Guard is completely different.”
Gleam Guard’s technique employs professional craftsmen to refinish cabinets with greater benefits compared to complete kitchen remodeling. Their process accomplishes refinished woodwork without much sanding and toxic fumes and can be done with a day or two, with minimal dust. Cabinets will not need to be emptied to complete the work, saving even more time. “All you need to do is open the door and let us in to work in your kitchen,” said Tracy. “In other words, no prep is needed, such as removing hardware, covering furniture or anything else – we take care of all of it.”
The breakthrough technology they use restores lasting beauty to cabinets and other interior woodwork. The application bonds to the original finish, enhancing the wood grain and giving it a fresh-oiled look, however, unlike oiled methods, the results will last for decades. “Sometimes people think I am going to make everything look shiny,” Tracy said, “but there are actually three sheens to choose from – satin, semi-gloss, and high-gloss.” The woodwork can have a soft look, a strong impact look, or somewhere in between. This process works not only on traditional wood surfaces but on painted, glazed, and pickled woods as well. Gleam Guard can be used on new or old cabinets, and keeping the new finish is as easy as wiping with a damp cloth. A bit of vinegar is all you need for stubborn spots.
Project completion time is a top priority for Tracy and Gleam Guard craftsmen. Each project is worked on one a time, to ensure quality and reliability. Honesty and integrity are at the base of all of the work with Tracy and his crew of professionals. Their reputation proceeds them, with an earned A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, as well as awards for Outstanding Customer Service.
Additional services provided by Gleam Guard include solving the finishing touches after new granite countertop installation. Usually, there is about a half-inch of unstained wood covered under the old countertop, but new granite slabs do not. Gleam Guard can put a beautiful finish on this wood and allow it to blend in with the rest of the cabinets.
Each job comes with a five-year guarantee that includes one free touchup service within five years of project completion, as necessary. In-home demonstrations can be scheduled to see how peels, flakes, scratches, and minor nicks can disappear. “We can bring your kitchen back to life, and you can have a fresh look in your kitchen sooner than you think,” Tracy said. Gleam Guard is happy to provide plenty of references and testimonials from satisfied customers. Call today and have a kitchen you will love just in time for the holidays.
For more information, visit their website at www.gleamguard.com.
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