Hardwood Restoration & Resurfacing

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Are your hardwood floors looking a bit worse for wear?

Hardwood flooring has the benefit of lasting and performing for many decades without needing to be replaced. While it is durable, however, it does wear out over time—especially in high-traffic areas.

Hampton Flooring Center can transform your existing hardwood flooring with restoration and resurfacing services. Contact us and we'll have your flooring looking as good as new in no time!

What’s the difference between resurfacing and refinishing?

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Hardwood Refinishing

This is the process of sanding down the top layer of the floor and applying a fresh coat of stain or lacquer. It’s a simple job that serves to add new shine to your floor. This procedure works well for floors with merely superficial scuffs and discolored areas, as long as the planks are all fairly even and smooth.

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Hardwood Resurfacing

This process is more complex, often requiring the removal of old floorboards or the grinding down of uneven boards. Your floors may also require new nails to reinforce existing planks. Resurfacing is typically recommended if your floors are noticeably warped or bent, water-damaged, or rotted out, or if you have any missing or cracked planks. Simply refinishing these sorts of floors will not be sufficient in the long run. 

Want to learn more about our hardwood restoration & resurfacing capabilities?
Give us a call or visit our showroom today!