Many of us delay replacing their wooden flooring because of the cost implications involved, but when signs of severed where are visible, action must be taken to repair the floor.
To check the wooden flooring look for the obvious signs such as:
- Lifting floor boards, particularly at the edges
- Sagging or bending in floor boards
- Increasing gaps between boards
- Signs of wear and disolouration
- Boards swelling or warping caused by water damaged
Refurbish or Replace Wooden Flooring
If you are unsure with the extent of the damage or wear and wish for a second opinion, we are only too glad at JG Flooring to pop in to evaluate the problem and discuss either repairing or replacing the floor with costs associated to both options.
Refurbishing or repairing the wooden flooring is the cheapest option if the flooring isn’t too bad and we can professionally replace the affected boards with matching flooring. In certain situations we are able to sand and seal the flooring to bring it back to its original state.
Our flooring specialists are able to detect whether your floor is repairable and what parts of the flooring are damaged or need replacing. Our Refurbishing service will repair dents, chips, scratches and scrapes. The wooden flooring will then be re-varnished to give it a protected finish so that it will last for many more years.
If we determine that the flooring is far too damaged, we can quote on a like for like basis or show alternative styles and colours.