Are you dealing with water damaged wood floors? If so, you might be wondering if you'll need a refinishing service or a new wood floor. The good news is that most water damaged wood flooring can be repaired, and we're here to help.

Thinking about your refinishing service

The most critical step in fixing water damage is finding and stopping the source of the water. If we skip this step, the problem will recur over time, leaving you with the same problem all over again.

The next step is to match the perfect repair, restoration, or hardware refinishing service with your specific type of hardwood. Solid wood will require one method, while engineered flooring requires another.

Your repair and reflooring are likely to require some subfloor work, to repair or replace the wood beneath the flooring. While this is not always the case, it's still good to make sure these pieces are structurally sound so that your finished product will be well protected and function just as it should.

Once you're sure your flooring will remain dry, it can be repaired, resanded, and refinished in a way that best matches the surrounding hardwood. There's likely to be signs that the flooring has been restored, and we can discuss those details when we're assessing your specific situation.

Ask about our refinishing service today

Delair's Carpet Barn understands water damage, and we are experienced at the task. If you need this kind of flooring assistance, we have technicians trained and equipped with the best equipment for the job.

If you're in the areas of East Montpelier, Morrisville, Stowe, or Waterbury, VT, be sure to stop by our East Montpelier, VT showroom to find out more. We'll make sure your wood floors are taken care of in a way that best suits your needs.