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Hardwood floors are loved for their resiliency and beauty. They provide rooms with warmth and an elegant look that might otherwise be missing. You want to keep your hardwood looking at its best throughout the years and maybe it is starting to show its age. Not to worry, our experienced technicians are available to help you determine which service may be required to return your floor to its former glory. Our team of experienced professionals will be sure to provide only the most exceptional service.

We use only top of the line equipment to make sure that your hardwood floor gets the quality care it deserves. You can call or reach out using our online contact form to get a quote or talk to a customer service agent to get more details. Our team is ready to help you fulfill your vision today.

When to Restore Existing Hardwood

There are a couple of signs to look out for when determining if your hardwood floor requires professional restoration or maintenance. While hardwood floors are more resistant to stains and damage than other materials, they are still subject to the laws of time, and the sooner you fix any problem areas that you notice, the more likely you will be able to restore your hardwood fully. Accidents also happen, and we can help you get your floor back in shape efficiently and at a cost-effective rate. Below are some frequent appearance changes that indicate it is time to replace or restore your hardwood floors.

Visible Wear

The most obvious is wearing down on the floors surface finish. If there are scratches, indentations, or grooves that have been accidentally marked into the floorboards or the finish, you will want to get it smoothed out and refinished. There may be a worn down or a discolored area where the most foot traffic travels across our floor. In areas that get a lot of direct sunlight, the UV may also create a washed-out, faded look. These are all signs that it is time to get your hardwood refinished.

Crowning and Cupping

Deformation of the wood and floor are two common signs of damage. Cupping is caused by water damage warping the wood and drawing in the sides, creating a sort of u-shaped to the board. Crowning is the opposite appearance where the center of the board is pushed out and upward. Moisture imbalance within the flooring over time will cause both of these issues to crop up. Our team will be able to figure out the cause of the moisture and help you determine whether the flooring can be saved.

Tilting

We can also help with floor tilting caused by natural or accidental damage. This may be caused by buckling where one part of the wood has entirely disengaged from the floor, or there could be several other causes. No matter what, we will be able to get it quickly sorted out for you.

Stains

There are many kinds of stains, and some are easier to remove than others. Most stains caused by pet accidents or spills are easy enough to clean up due to the hard surface finish, but if left for a significant period of time, then the stain can settle deep into the wood.

Fire and Water Damage

Accidents and natural disasters can create a big problem for owners of homes with hardwood floors. Both fire and water can cause damage that ends up deep in the wood. If you are dealing with significant damage, we will be able to come out and determine if it can be salvaged or must be replaced. Our certified technicians will do everything possible to make sure your floor is returned to its original look.

Restoration Services Offered

We have over 50 years of combined experience providing top quality services to the North Texas area. Our services include design, installation, custom installation, dustless sanding, finishing or refinishing and maintenance of all types of wood and hardwood flooring. Each section below goes into further detail of what to expect from each service.

Design

Your choice of flooring design will set the entire tone for your home. Our team of certified designers will help you set up a budget for your flooring and determine which materials and look are right for your lifestyle. Whether you are remodeling your entire home floor or merely re-flooring one room, we will help you find the perfect product for the design you want to achieve.

Installation

Sometimes there is no restoring a floor that has been too severely damaged, and you will need a full installation to replace the hardwood. This is an excellent opportunity to decide on a different finish or wood material, which might brighten up your space. We can assist you in figuring out the best materials from all the options available. Our installation process is held to the highest standard allowing you to remain worry-free.

Custom Installation

No matter what type of wood or finish combination you choose to have installed into your home, we are able to do it for you at a reasonable rate. Our team uses only the best materials for the job and will follow your instructions to guarantee that you get the finished product you desire. Below are a few of the custom flooring options you can choose from when designing your hardwood floor.

  • Parquet: wooden mosaics composed of geometric shapes which can include various colors and an endless variety of designs.
  • Hardwood with sound control features installed to cut down on impact noises like upstairs footsteps.
  • Engineered unfinished hardwood floors are better able to withstand the various temperature, and moisture changes better than traditional hardwood.

Restoring the Finish and Refinishing Existing Hardwood

To restore the existing hardwood floor’s finish surface, we will be able to breathe new life into the wood that may have been damaged or misused over the years. Re-coating or refinishing is a great way to remove minimal scratches and dings as well as stains that have not fully seeped into the wood. Removing the old coating, sanding away any visible problem areas, and then resealing with a new finish can usually get the job done.

Some of our restoring and refinishing can be done in a single day. If you choose to use our Bona Restore process, you will be guaranteed a clean, quick restoration job. Let us bring your existing hardwood looking brand new again.

Professional Maintenance

Maintenance of hardwood floors finishes can involve either sanding down a damaged finish and then refinishing or putting a finish over a newly installed hardwood. Sometimes incorrect installation can cause you to have to replace your hardwood floors.  We will be able to fix it and save you on more expensive restoration down the road.

The Bona Restoration Process

This is a specialized process that includes using a machine to clean the area in need of restoration, followed by abrading the current finish and applying a new finish. You will have your choice of finish from the highest to lowest level of durability. The Bona Restore does not require wholly sanding the hardwood, and it usually takes a much shorter time to complete. There is no dust to worry about, so cleanup is a breeze, and there will be no irritants in the air. This is accomplished by using the most highly advanced dust extractor on the market today. The Bona Restore will ensure that your air quality remains healthy and debris-free throughout the entire restoration process.

Service Area

We service the North Texas area, which includes the following.

  • Dallas
  • Plano
  • Frisco
  • McKinney
  • Allen
  • Richardson
  • Murphy
  • Fairview
  • Coppell
  • Flower Mound
  • Carrollton
  • Farmers Branch
  • Prosper
  • Celina
  • Westlake
  • Southlake
  • Highland Park
  • University Park
  • Irving
  • Lewisville

A Few Tips for Maintaining Your Hardwood Flooring

A well-maintained hardwood can last 20 or 30 years without needing a refinish, barring accidents or weather damage. Below is a helpful list of tips for you to keep in mind when maintaining your flooring so that it will be able to last longer between refinishes. With the right care, you will notice your floor looking healthier for longer. These are general hardwood care tips.

  1. Clean all spills and pet accidents quickly and thoroughly to stop the risk of them deep staining your wood.
  2. Use furniture pads to keep chairs and couch feet from scuffing up the finish. This is especially useful in kitchen areas around dining tables where chairs are more likely to scratch the hardcover surface.
  3. Area rugs are ideal for places with the highest level of foot traffic (e.g., in the front hall, kitchen, bathroom, etc.), which will give the floor a higher resistance to time-related wear.
  4. Do not wet mop. Use hardwood floor specific cleaning supplies to get it looking shiny and clean. Mopping the same as you would a tile or linoleum floor will cause damage to the hardwood and the finish.

If it appears too late for the tricks to help your floor, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance. Call or reach out to us today for a free quote or to acquire more information on the hardwood flooring services we provide!

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