When Hardwood Floors Need Restored
For services purposes, we actually differentiate between hardwood floor refinishing and hardwood floor restoration. Whereas refinishing a hardwood floor is generally straightforward and does not require sanding or restoring the hardwood floors actual surface. In refinishing we simply remove the old finish, or what’s left of it, and apply a new finish (also called protective layer). Wood floor restoration, however, generally requires resurfacing the hardwood due to heavy scratches, stains, and other blemishes. This generally requires sanding where sanding is an option. Restoration is a service where we make our best effort to restore your hardwood floors close to its original state.
Wood floor Restoration
Hardwood floors are a great investment, especially when they’re cared for properly. They add beauty and value to your home while also providing longevity to your home. But with time, hardwood floors can become worn and damaged. You may have some scratches and dings in your flooring, or you might have water damage especially if your floors haven’t been refinished in the last 3 to 5 years. Many homeowners are unaware that their floors should be professionally maintenanced every 3 to 5 years. Many are also unaware that consumer-grade store-bought products do more damage to their floors than help. Many of the hardwood floors that we service, unfortunately, have been neglected to the point that restoration is the only option. But the good news is that we’ll help you prevent further damage to your investment with our restoration service and educate you on how to maintenance them after we’re finished.
Call Today for Your Free Estimate
We’ll provide a free assessment of your floors without the bias or conflicting interest in selling you new floors because we don’t sell or install floors. Be rest assured that we’re only interested in helping you with the floors you have.