Wood Floor Repairs
Generally, wood floor repairs are needed when floor boards become cupped, crowned, cracked, broken, warped, burnt, urine stained, water damaged, or termite damaged–all of which typically can’t be fixed through standard refinishing. Repair services are also needed when a plank is missing, after a wall has been removed, or if a heater hole needs to be covered up. In some cases, damaged wood boards may not become apparent until the client removes their carpeting or attempts to sand or refinish their floors. Regardless of the cause or extent of the damage, the highly skilled craftsmen at Wildwood Floors are available to repair it. We’ll provide comprehensive assessment of your floor and determine the extent of your damage; how many boards will need to be replaced; what kind of wood will be needed; and how much the job will cost. We’ll also check for moisture problems, subfloor issues, incorrectly sized floors, or other problems that may be causing premature or excessive wear and tear to help prevent future repairs.
Typically, we use new unfinished wood that is carefully selected to match your existing floor. If you have an older floor, we’ll then use older wood, which ensures a more consistent match of size, grain, and character of the surrounding wood. In either case, we’ll remove the damaged planks and custom cut the new boards to replace them. Once these new boards are in place, we’ll refinish the entire floor or just the new wood planks and surrounding old floor, before applying the right stain for beautifully blended, lasting results.
Wildwood Floors will only recommend repairs that are in the best interests of our client, but ultimately defer to our client. We are happy to provide our hardwood floor repair services with or without refinishing services.