“Even Better Than Before” Hardwood Flooring Repair and Refinishing

The opened wall shows the source of water that damaged the tongue-and-groove hardwood flooring in this Connecticut home. Our skilled team can replace the damaged boards and a portion of the plywood subflooring and then prep and sand the entire surface, as shown in several of these photos. The blemish-free boards can then receive several applications of a polyurethane coating to beautify and protect the new-looking wood flooring.

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