With parquet flooring being an extremely popular choice of recent times it is often a question to us on how to keep it in tip top condition. Parquet flooring is tiles or blocks of hardwood flooring arranged in various geometric patterns like basket weave and herringbone.
Over time, just like any flooring you have laid in your home, parquet flooring restoration is necessary to repair any wear or damage. This is the perfect time to restore parquet flooring to its as new condition. There are numerous methods you can use to restore parquet flooring.
Parquet Flooring Restoration for loose or damaged bloack
Where individual blocks or tiles have become loose and been damaged over time this is the easiest repair due to the way parquet flooring is fitted. the individual blocks are not clicked together like in laminate or solid wood flooring so it is fairly easy to lift the damaged tile and replace it with a new one.
Sand and Seal all the Floor
Where the entire floor is tired or worn, replacing blocks is not the best course of action or the most cost effective. At JG Flooring, we offer a sand and seal service, where we use specialised equipment to minimise mess and dust and restore parquet flooring to its former glory. Our clients are often amazed at how a simple sand and seal process can transform your flooring.
If you are attempting any of the above yourself to restore parquet flooring then we recommend at least discussing what your are going to do with a flooring expert to ensure you are doing everything correctly. We often find that the DIY enthusiast can do more damage to their floor when attempting to restore it the wrong way. It can cost you more trying to restore parquet flooring and getting wrong than replacing it with new flooring.