Hardwood Floor Repair and Spot Fixing

Over the years, your hardwood flooring may become damaged from general use or unexpected incidents. In cases of extensive damage, it may be necessary to completely replace your hardwood flooring; however, there are many scenarios which only require the damaged floorboards to be repaired or replaced. At E_M Custom Flooring & Installations, our flooring experts carefully evaluate the extent of the damage, providing you with affordable, effective solutions to get your floors looking like new.

Common Types of Hardwood Flooring Damage

  • Rotten floorboards
  • Cracks or chips in the wood
  • Pet stains
  • Flooring finish peeling
  • Scratches
  • Deep scuff marks
  • Gapping between floorboards
damaged floor boards

Hardwood Flooring Repair Process

After a comprehensive inspection of the damaged areas, we are able to develop a floor repair strategy specific to the issue at hand. Sometimes certain portions of the flooring need to be replaced. If this is the case, our team makes sure to gather the precise flooring materials to match the undamaged sections. And if your flooring has a custom finish, we will color match the stain. This ensures that you will not people able to tell the difference between the original flooring and the floorboards which have been replaced. When installing the replacement flooring, we bond the new flooring to the old, creating a seamless, smooth surface.

Finding the Right Replacement

As we previously mentioned, our material and color matching processes are integral aspects to ensuring a successful floor repair. E_M Custom Flooring & Installations has built long-standing partnerships with some of the most trusted brands in the flooring industry. These business relationships give us access to countless flooring materials, making it easy for our team to locate the replacement flooring perfectly suited for your specific repair project.

Spot fixing hardwood flooring

Spot Fixing

At E_M Custom Flooring & Installations, if there is a way for us to save you money on your flooring repair, we find it. And depending on the type of damage, replacing the damaged floorboards is not always a necessity. Spot fixing, also known as spot-treating, is an effective method that basically works to “erase” the damaged areas, regaining the original quality and look of your hardwood flooring. The spot fixing process begins by applying specialty flooring solutions to the damaged area. The surface is then smoothed over as the stains or marks progressively fade away until completely removed. If needed, we can retreat the damaged floorboards to achieve the perfect blend between the spot fixed wood and the areas around it.

Note: While our team will spot fix hardwood flooring whenever possible, spot fixing is only effective in specific damage scenarios. The experts at E_M Custom Flooring & Installations will carefully evaluate your damaged flooring and provide you with all viable repair options prior to beginning the repair.

Is Your Hardwood Flooring in Need of Repair?

With more than 75 years of experience, the flooring experts at E_M Custom Flooring & Installations have the knowledge required to repair your hardwood flooring to your full satisfaction. Before you make a costly decision, contact us so we can help you find a flooring repair solution that works within your budget.

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