Floor Damage Restoration

Restoring Damaged Flooring

The flooring in your home is trafficked more than any other surface. It not only serves as an essential component in comfort but also style and utility. The wrong type of flooring in the wrong room can severely dampen its design while reading to greater costs. For example, hardwood flooring or carpet do not fit well in bathrooms because of the prominent presence of water. Water is extremely volatile toward these materials, which will lead to costs in repairs and replacements. In the case your floor becomes damaged from regular wear and tear or experiences damage from another source, our team is here to offer flood damage restoration services.

Comprehensive Floor Damage Restoration

Space Construction is home to a team of home remodelers and contractors with more than 15 years of combined experience. This gives us the edge in renovation and restoration services, no matter the materials. If your flooring has become damaged for any reason, we can restore it to its original condition. The comfort and beauty of your flooring depend on it! 

Our comprehensive floor damage restoration is perfect for any material you may have in your home. We work closely with the following:

  • Hardwood
  • Tile
  • Brick
  • Natural stone
  • Laminate
  • Vinyl
  • Carpet
  • Bamboo
  • And more!

The type of flooring in your home doesn’t matter to our team. We’ll identify the problem with your flooring and perform the restoration efforts you require.

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Hardwood Floor Damage Restoration

Hardwood is one of the most common flooring options our team restores. We work closely with clients to ensure we’re handling their flooring with care and respect. It is our job to return it back to its former glory while elevating it to a higher level of beauty.

Hardwood is a gorgeous flooring option for any home. It offers long-lasting beauty, comfort, and a good investment. While it may not be the cheapest flooring option, your money won’t go to waste. Hardwood flooring can last for decades when cared for properly. If it ever lacks care or goes unmaintained for so long, you can seek hardwood floor restoration services.

Hardwood floor damage restoration is performed when the material has sustained some damage: water damage, pet stains, scratches, etc. Space Construction utilizes years of experience amongst our contractors to perform restoration services on hardwood flooring. We work with you to return the beauty back to what it once was. When restoring damaged flooring, our contractors update you and consult you on cosmetic changes such as the stain. Our team wants you to be happy with your restored floors, including the color.

If your hardwood flooring is too damaged to restore, we can assist you in replacing it. You can visit our showroom, which features a variety of flooring options, including a large selection of hardwood flooring. From there, one of our remodelers and contractors will work with you to find the flooring that matches your home’s existing style.

Don’t hesitate to call Space Construction for comprehensive flood damage restoration services. We’ll assist you in restoring the condition of your flooring, no matter the material. Give us a call for a free estimate for your floor restoration project.

FAQs

We’ve answered a handful below if you have any questions regarding our flood damage restoration services. They are commonly asked questions that you likely have regarding our services.

Can you restore laminate flooring?

It depends. Cosmetic damage such as stains and scratches can be restored. However, damage such as mold or water damage cannot be fixed. These problems will require complete removal of the flooring and replacing it.

How much does it cost to restore hardwood floors?

According to HomeAdvisor, the cost to refinish or restore your hardwood flooring ranges from $1,075 to $2,492. The extent of your flooring’s damage and the square footage determines the price of your restoration project. Give us a call to get a more accurate estimate for your hardwood flooring.

Do I need a building permit to restore my hardwood flooring?

No. You will not need a building permit for our team to restore your hardwood flooring or any other flooring material for that matter.