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Parquet - Should I refinish? What color? I just bought a short sale house and after pulling up the 80's "shag" style carpet I found parquet flooring underneath. Seemed (at one time) to be decent quality, 1 inch thick red oak individually laid strips. the floor needs some repair and refinishing. is it worth the effort to keep the floors original and refinish? Does anyone have any advise on the process and/or stain colors to use? Replacing will be expensive and I'd rather put the $$$ elsewhere. Thanks! I think it's definitely worth finding out about refinishing. Parquet is trickier than plank flooring to refinish, because the grain runs in different directions from square to square, but the cost difference might not be much. As to what stain to use, it depends on your decorating style. I don't usually like light floors, but think it could be very interesting look for this floor. But if you're going for a more traditional look, a medium tone would be good; for a more urban/modern style, a very dark stain would be great. You don't Installer parquet pin a Domerat 03410 what age the house is--but that parquet looks like it's 70s, as do the other things like trim and the doorway. As said above, sanding parquet is tricky--perhaps an orbital sander or palm sander? My neighbor has that type of flooring in her 1907 house--the original owners, who she bought from, had a mother who wanted everything replaced with modern style--so the stair balustrade is now what looks like a metal porch railing, and the oak floors are covered with that parquet to help support the husband's printing press. Hers look Installer parquet pin a Domerat 03410 be about the same color as yours. and she hates them. :) I wouldn't go with a very dark stain, since that might tend to hide the design. medium at most. Parquet is becoming trendy again! It's worth re-doing, but look into having it "screened", which is less destructive than bringing in a drum sander. I'd recommend a medium brownish shade, because it will NOT go light without a serious finishing battle, and deep floors show every speck of dirt.