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Have you noticed significant damage forming in your hardwood floors? If small slits on the surface have turned into large cracks, it’s likely that you’ll need to replace the planks in order to salvage your flooring. At Elegant Floor Service, replacing wood floor planks for homes in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia is our specialty. Give us a call today or fill out an online contact form for a FREE, no-hassle estimate and let us help you restore beauty to your floors!
Hardwood floor refinishing can often be the solution for damaged wood floors. But if you have significant cracking in the wood, replacing wood floor planks may be necessary to effectively restore your flooring. This is typically the best course of action specifically when certain floor boards or parts of the flooring have sustained very deep scratches, often from moving furniture or appliances.
Should you have even more significant damage that impacts the entire room, such as warped floors formed from excess moisture, an entire hardwood floor replacement may be needed.
While replacing wood floor planks is something you might be able to do on your own, we don’t recommend it as a do-it-yourself project. Carefully removing the existing planks and replacing them with new ones is essential to ensuring the new planks blend seamlessly with the rest of the existing flooring. To do so can be quite time consuming, and requires use of certain equipment best handled by a professional. If done incorrectly, the results can be far less than beautiful.
Why take a chance on a do-it-yourself project when you can have a professional do it for you? When you choose Elegant Floor Service to replace wood floor planks in Maryland, Washington, DC, or Virginia, you can be confident in the quality of the finished product. Our hardwood flooring clients benefit from our:
To have your damage checked out or to learn more about replacing wood floor planks in the DC metro area, contact Elegant Floor Service today!