For a person who is not familiar with the industry of hardwood flooring in Toronto, you might need some extra knowledge in regards to how the hardwood flooring repairs are done. First of all, professional flooring installers usually do not work with the areas smaller than 500 sq., ft. However, some of them will make an exception if the opportunity will exceed the company’s expenses in terms of both: labour and material costs. Whether you like it or not, the repair process might involved a lot of special tools that needs to be carried and used in part with labour expenses.
So how is it done. If a specific area of your hardwood floors was severely damaged, the whole area needs to be cut and replaced with the new planks of wood that should match the rest of the floors. You might notice that such task might be hard to perform. Usually, the whole floor area needs to be sanded and refinished: a few coats of varnish or floor stain might be applied. It is possible that only a few planks will be removed and then replaced.
It is essential that the actual cause of damage is fixed prior to the repair process. For example, a major leaking needs to be stopped and fixed. It is not a secret that hardwood floors might fade due to the constant direct sunlight. In addition, the high traffic areas might wear out leaving some “ugly” spots on your beautiful hardwood floors. However,with constant growth within hardwood installation industry , professional hardwood flooring installers will repair hardwood floors effectively and efficiently. The gaps between the planks of your hardwood floors could be also fixed during the overall repair process.
Weather your desire to enhance the look of your old hardwood floors or trying to fix the damaged spots, flooring renovation and repair might be done in timely and stress free manner by the team of professional hardwood flooring installers.
Parqueteam Hardwood Flooring
Hardwood Flooring Toronto and The Greater Toronto Area.