Hardwood floors are a beautiful feature for any home. However, over time your floor’s condition and appearance may change as they collect scuffs and wear resulting from normal use and weathering. Fortunately, when this happens you don’t need to replace or cover up your floors—just call the hardwood floor restoration experts at Concord Carpet and Hardwood and let us quickly and affordably restore your floors to their former glory!
When You Should Restore
New hardwood floors have a beautiful, high-gloss shine that looks great and feels clean and smooth underfoot. However, as floors age their projective finish degrades due to wear and tear, moisture exposure, and direct sunlight. Restoration, also called resurfacing, involves lightly sanding away the outermost layer of finish to remove surface scratches and scuff marks, before a new coat of finish is applied to seal and protect the wood underneath.
Fast, Affordable, and Clean
Restoring your floors is a fast process, taking as little as one day depending on the size of your floor, and is the most affordable wood floor service we offer. Don’t replace or hide discolored floors! For minimal cost our team will restore your hardwood floor shine with no dust and no damage to the underlying material.
Restoration vs. Refinishing
The best service for your floor will depend on the degree of wearand the overall condition of your floors. At Concord Carpet and Hardwood we offer several levels of hardwood floor restoration services designed to repair and protect your floors for the future. These include:
- Restoration: A no-dust and no-odor hardwood floor resurfacing service designed to fill in nicks and cuts on your floors resulting from general wear and tear. Resurfacing gives your floors a like-new shine, improved water resistance, and generally only takes one day.
- Refinishing: When a floor is worn past the point of simple restoration, it can still be returned to its former glory with hardwood floor refinishing. The protective finish over the floor is removed via dustless floor sanding, and once the floor is bare it is re-stained and finished over the course of 3-4 days. Refinishing gives homeowners the opportunity to adjust the color of their hardwood floor and protect their investment for the long-term.
- Repair: Flooring that is bent, loose, or creaky should be repaired before restoration or refinishing can take place. We’ll match your wood and color, making precision cuts for a seamless, like-new final result.
To assess the level of care your flooring requires, or to receive a free cost estimate, please contact our team at 925-691-7101 to schedule an in-home appointment today!