Restoring your hardwood to its former glory
Hardwood flooring, whether solid or engineered, can last for decades with proper care and maintenance. However, hardwood is prone to scratching and denting, which means you may find that your floors start to look worn and damaged over time. Your flooring may also experience cracking or warping from moisture damage. Fortunately, most hardwood products can be refinished or even fully restored so that they look as good as they did when they were first installed.
Refinishing vs. restoration
If your hardwood is scratched, scuffed, or faded, refinishing may be sufficient to have it looking as good as new. Refinishing is ideal for floors that are only aesthetically damaged but are otherwise in good condition. Refinishing will not address deeper damage, such as large cracks or severe moisture damage.
If your hardwood has damage that extends well beyond the top surface of the planks, you will likely require restoration. This service is costlier but can address severe moisture damage including cracking and warping.
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If you want to restore your hardwood to its former glory but aren't sure which hardwood restoration service is right for you, contact us. Our expert team is ready to help!