Hardwood Flooring Armstrong

Bedford, NH Homeowner is Looking for Advice Remodeling and keeping the existing flooring can present some unique challenges.  Depending on how the floor was originally installed, if fixtures and the layout of the room are being changed you may be left with some areas where the existing flooring does not match what is underneath.  In this scenario, you can either sand down the entire floor and refinish it, placing new boards to cover the missing area, or simply patch the…

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Shiny-Hardwood-Flooring

Brookline Homeowner Seeks Advice Scratches, faded areas in the wood, and boards showing discoloration are some prime indicators that the floor is need of sanding and refinishing. Water damage on hardwood can leave dark discolorations which can also be corrected through refinishing. A homeowner in Brookline was concerned about her discolored hardwood floors and was looking for options to correct the problem without replacing the entire floor. Many Reasons for Discolorations and Damage to Hardwood Floors In this case the…

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