I suggest hardwood floors add value. Go look at some real estate ads. If the home in the listing has hardwood floors they will definately be mantioned in the features. That tells me they add value. I have also been in and around a lot of homes that were being rehabbed for resale. The owners almost always spent the dough to refinish the floors. If your dad refinished them a few years ago you might get by with a buff and re poly. Rent a floor buffer with a screen type sanding disc and buff them a bit to rough up the old poly. Vacuum well then recoat. Apply the poly with a lamb's wool applicator. It's all pretty easy to do. I would suggest you use a semi gloss or satin finish as that is what people prefer. Poly is expensive. I just paid $40/gal for floor poly to do my floor. You don't want the cheap stuff though like for woodwork. It does not have the wear properties of the good stuff.
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