If your hardwood floor has sustained some damage you may be thinking that a whole new floor is in order. You may have a little water damage or the floor may have sustained some damage from something being dropped. If this is the case it and the damage is confined to a small area of your floor then talk to us about how we can help. Although you may feel that you will need to replace the entire floor this is not always the case. Sometimes you can get away with a patch job that you won’t notice has taken place.
We must stress that this should always be done by a professional if you are looking for a natural, seamless job. Hardwood flooring is not something that you want to mess up and our extensive experience will allow us to advise you on the best course of action. The first issue you may encounter is matching the new panels to your existing floor. If the floor was fitted some time ago it is likely that the suppliers have discontinued a particular range or replaced it with something that is not exactly the same. In this case you will need to find something that is as close a match as possible.
At Rovin’s Hardwood Flooring we have a huge range of colors and finishes available – we should be able to find something that offers an accurate, unobtrusive patch that merges perfectly with the rest of your floor. If for any reason it isn’t possible to find an exact match, we’ll advise you on the best course of action and what costs are involved.
Once a match has been established or you have chosen something very close we will arrange a time to come and fit the new section of floor. If you have a floating floor that simply clicks together it won’t be too much trouble to replace. If it is glued down then it will be a little trickier but we have a lot of experience in working with hardwood flooring and we will be able to get the job done with minimal fuss and distraction to you.
So if you are sat there worrying about a patch of damaged floor then worry no more. Simply give us a call and we will come out and assess the situation and arrange for your hardwood floor to be restored to its former self in no time at all.