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Is your hardwood floor damaged and worn down with countless blemishes and scratches?
Most of our customers seek us out for replacement flooring. However, often after a quick consultation, we find that their floors can be restored.
If your hardwood floors could look brand-new, you may want to keep them.
Depending on the scope of damage a full restoration may be possible. The right touch of expert handling can even fix as much as deep cracks and gouges.
Out with the old and in with the new they say.
But, does that apply to your floor?
After years of traffic, your once stunning hardwood floors appear to have aged. They’re cracked, chipped, and just worn down. Luckily, one of the greatest benefits of owning a hardwood floor is that it can be restored to look new.
Before choosing what to do with your floors, it’s a good idea to think about the costs first.Besides price, the age of the wood, species, and damage should be taken into consideration too. If refinishing is an option for you, you’ll be glad to hear that it can be much more cost-efficient than replacement flooring.
Before a refinish, there is one tough question all homeowners should ask themselves. Are you content enough with your current floors to proceed with the restoration process? Or, are you looking to change the overall look and feel of your home with flooring that is entirely fresh and new?
If you’re interested in learning more about the restoration process, first we must determine if your floors qualify for repair.
Choosing whether to replace or refinish your floors is an important decision.
To learn more about what might be right for you, it’s a smart idea to explore all of your options. Get the help of one of our friendly experts today, no strings attached.
Read more about our custom sanding and finish process here.
Before choosing what to do with your floors, it’s a good idea to think about the costs first. Besides price, the age of the wood, species, and damage should be taken into consideration too. If refinishing is an option for you, you’ll be glad to hear that it can be much more cost-efficient than replacement flooring.