We provide local repairs of tongue-and-groove solid wood planks
Our company's professional team provides advices and guidance depending on your problem. Our skilled floormen can replace the damaged boards of your floor using the same grade and type of wood and perform all the following operations in order to get back the beauty and the stain of your natural wood floors.
You may think that the repairing process look really easy, but we can assure you that you must better leave it for the professionals. They will plan all the stages thoroughly, providing you with the necessary supplies, machinery and their valuable experience. Regardless of the solid floor's condition, our company can guarantee its assistance and we can save you a fortune in the long run.
The good thing about the solid wood floors is that they are repairable, tongue and groove allow local repairs that are only subject to a good match. For a perfect repair and match floors can be re-sanded after local repairs. Thus, your solid wood floors will be as good as new.
Another one of the many benefits of wooden floors is the fact that these are very hygienic and naturally a low-maintenance option. Maintaining them clean and in flawless condition and look does not require a lot of time, energy, money or elbow grease. It only requires a regular and proper cleaning routine that includes weekly vacuuming and washing with a damp mop and a cleaning product that is designed for solid wood floors only and has a natural pH that won’t affect the condition of the finish. Although this routine is everything your floor will need on a weekly basis and for maintaining wood is good condition. However, accidents happen all the time and there is not much you can do to prevent them all. Even solid wood floors can be a subject of issues and other sorts of problems due to accidents and a lot of everyday use and high traffic in general.
Besides the great appearance, real wood floors are known for their great solidness, sturdiness, durability, long-lasting and hard-wearing power. Whether you are going to install a new hardwood floor or restore the one you already have, if you make sure to maintain it regularly and properly, you will have it for decades.