Considerations in Restoring Hardwood Floors

Considerations in Restoring Hardwood Floors

When is the right time to consider restoring your hardwood floors? The first thing you may notice is that your floors are showing wear, especially in areas where sun shines through windows onto the hardwood, or in high traffic areas.

Gehrke’s Hardwood Flooring can match any type of wood, color and finish necessary to repair damage to your existing hardwood floors. Whether your floors require surface repair, or whole sections repaired or replaced, we will have your floors back to their original perfection before you know it.

If you’ve started the process early enough, a recoating can do the trick without necessarily requiring resanding. However, if too much time has passed, you’ll benefit from a complete resand to bring back the luster of your floors.

The most challenging restorations are due to weather or moisture damage. Eight to nine percent of water damage can be dried out, or you might be best served by replacing specific boards or repairing any areas that have caused holes from the damage.

Gehrke’s Hardwood Flooring are true experts in recreating the original finish of your hardwood floors. Don’t take chances when considering restoration. You need experienced craftsmen who have mastered selection and the arrangement of grain patterns for a finished product that lends itself to pure artistry. Don’t settle for less.

As a retired corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, President Joseph Gehrke is steadfast in delivering top-quality work. Over the past 30 years, Joe has mastered the art and science of custom woodwork including intricate inlays, borders, corners, finishes and beautiful accents.
His promise is to offer every home greater style and elegance with high-quality custom hardwood floors, built to last from generation to generation.