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Hardwood Floor Repairs and Custom Hardwood Floors Washington DC

Over time, your hardwood floor will sustain damage. That is just life. Whether it is a scratch caused by moving furniture or a gouge caused by a falling object, your hardwood floor will not look pristine forever. Luckily, unlike other types of flooring, hardwood can be repaired.

  1. Scratches: The most common type of hardwood floor damage, scratches are repaired by sanding the floor and refinishing.
  2. Gouges: When gouges happen, the repair process is slightly more difficult. The area will need to be sanded and wood putty is used to help fill in any gaps. The area will then need to be refinished.
  3. Gaps: Over time, your wood planks may separate due to seasonal changes, humidity, or temperature fluctuations. When this happens, hardwood shims and wood putty are used to fill the gaps and stain is used to refinish the area.

The Benefits of using a Professional

While all of the above repairs CAN be made by do-it-yourselfers, that doesn’t mean they SHOULD be done by do-it-yourselfers. Using a professional will help ensure that the finished product is unnoticeable. He/she will be able to fix the scratch, gouge, or gap so that it seamlessly blends with the rest of hardwood floor.

Hardwood Floor Repairs Washington DC

Have you noticed damage to your existing hardwood floors? No problem! The hardwood flooring experts at John K. Eareckson & Co. will fix them up, good as new! We have been in business since 1917 and are experts in saving those old floors.

So why would you call anyone else?

If you have any questions about Hardwood Floor Repairs and Custom Hardwood Floors Washington DC, please contact John K. Eareckson & Co. by calling 410-788-4200 or visit today for a free quote regarding any of your hardwood flooring needs. You can also follow us on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter!

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