Brooklyn Hardwood Flooring Repair
What Does This Entail?
- Replacing damaged floor boards by matching the wood grade, species and stain color
- Repairing sub-floor boards
- Sanding new boards down to match the old surface
- Tightening loose floor boards
- Repairing warped or curling floor boards
- Silencing squeaky floor boards
- Fixing rubbing floor boards, or boards that sag
- Driving exposed nail heads deep into the floor and covering them with filler
- Repairing cracks or holes with filler, followed by refinishing the floors (see “Sanding and Refinishing Wood Floors”)
Floor sanding ensures that your hardwood floor stays in smooth condition. We stretch the life of your wood floor by taking off only a minimum of the surface. Should you require hardwood floor repairs, our experienced flooring technicians are available to assist you. We can also give your floor an updated surface look with hardwood floor refinishing.