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Hardwood Floor Restoration Services

Experience the beauty and longevity that professional restoration brings to your hardwood floors. Our expert team at Doctor Flooring specializes in restoring the natural charm of your floors, ensuring they look as good as new.

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Hardwood Floors Restoration and Repair Services

Hardwood flooring is beautiful and can last for decades. Along the way, however, the flooring can become damaged and need to be repaired. Sometimes you need more than a standard sanding or refinishing. You live in your home, so there’s bound to be spills, scrapes, and other issues that could damage your flooring.
Whether it’s wearing down from walking on it or it’s significantly damaged because of a leak, look into expert hardwood floor repair to restore your floors so you don’t have to worry about replacing them. Our experts can handle the repairs for hardwood flooring and work to restore your floors so they look amazing once again.

  • Repair

    Experience unparalleled craftsmanship and quality with our hardwood floor restoration services.

  • Protect

    Increase the value of your home with beautifully restored hardwood floors.

Our Process

Step-by-Step Restoration Process

At Doctor Flooring, we believe in providing a seamless and transparent process for hardwood floor restoration. From the initial consultation to the final completion, we ensure that every step is carried out with utmost efficiency and professionalism.

Consultation and Floor Assessment

Our team of experts will visit your location to assess your flooring needs and provide you with a detailed consultation.

Floor Preparation and Repair

We will prepare your existing floor by addressing any repairs or issues before proceeding with the restoration process.

Professional Flooring Repair

Our skilled team will restore your hardwood floor with precision and apply a flawless finish for long-lasting beauty.

Floor Restoration & Repair to Bring Your Living Space Back to Life

When it comes to hardwood floor restoration, our professional services offer unmatched durability and superior finish quality. With Doctor Flooring, you can trust that your floors will not only look great but also stand the test of time.


Our expert restoration team use top-quality materials and techniques to ensure long-lasting durability for your floors.

Finish Quality

With our professional restoration, you can expect a flawless finish that enhances the beauty of your floors.

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Restoration FAQs

Find answers to commonly asked questions about our refinishing process.

  • When to repair and when to replace?

    It can be difficult to determine if a repair might be sufficient or if a new installation is required. In some cases, it depends on how old the floor is. Older floors have likely been repaired and refinished before, which means you may want to go ahead and consider replacing them. If there is a significant amount of damage that can be difficult to repair, a replacement might be needed. Also, if the wood is damaged because of an improper installation, replacement might be the better option because a repair might not fix the main issue. Expert assistance from our team can help you determine if repairing your flooring is possible.

  • What is cupping and buckling?

    Cupping is when the edges come up and sit higher than the center of the board. Buckling is the opposite, when the middle of the board comes up and the edges are lower than the center. This often occurs because of moisture, but buckling can also be caused by expansion issues. If the moisture issues are corrected, the flooring may fix itself and sit flat again. However, if it does not, repair is needed to fix the floors. Once the moisture issues are fixed, flooring that has cupped can be sanded to ensure it’s level again. Buckled flooring may be able to be nailed back down or sanded to be level again, depending on why it buckled and how severe the buckling is.

  • Can hardwood floors be restored after water damage?

    Hardwood floor restoration after water damage is possible, but it depends on the extent of the damage. Quick action, basically as soon as it happens, is crucial. In most cases, after the hardwood boards are dried, our team can explore hardwood board replacement where needed and refinish the entire floor to ensure a consistent look.

  • What should I do if my boards are cracking?

    Boards can crack if they were too dry when they were installed, if the flooring has dried out since they were installed, or because of significant expansion and contraction. If a floorboard is cracked, it will likely need to be replaced. It is possible to use filler on a crack, sand the filler, and stain it to match the flooring. Whether this is a viable repair depends on a few different factors, such as how big the crack is and whether the filler can be stained to look like part of the wood. With wide cracks, the filler will be noticeable even if it’s stained to match the wood around it. This happens because the filler is a solid color while the wood has different shades throughout it.

  • What should I do if there are irregular gaps in hardwood floors?

    As the climate changes with the seasons, floorboards expand and contract. This is normal and to be expected. This is why there are gaps between the floorboards. Gaps give the boards room to expand and contract so they don’t buckle. However, over time, it’s possible for the boards to move enough to create large, irregular gaps. When this happens, it may be necessary to have them fixed. Gaps should be fixed when they’re at their smallest, which is typically when it’s humid outside. This ensures the gaps are filled, but the boards will still have room to move when the humidity fluctuates. There are a few different ways to fix irregular gaps, depending on how wide they are, but any method used should account for the expansion and contraction of the wood after the gap is filled.

  • How do you fix excessive wear and tear?

    Floors can get damaged over time and need sanding and refinishing. But sometimes, floors look old and worn sooner than they should. This can happen if the floors were not refinished well, cared for properly, or scratched by furniture or other items. In that case, you may want to consider refinishing your floors. Sanding can get rid of the scratches on the finish and make your floors look new again. But if the problems go beyond the finish, you may have to sand some of the wood to make it smooth and even. However, if the boards are too dented or grooved, it may be better to replace them instead of sanding the whole floor too much.

  • Why should I choose professionals to repair my hardwood floors?

    Repairing your floors is not a job you want to take on by yourself, especially if some of the boards may need to be replaced. If sanding is required to fix cupping, for instance, you’re going to want to make sure it’s done at the right time so further issues with the boards won’t appear. Always contact an expert for hardwood floor repairs. Our experienced team has decades of experience repairing floors and we are fully licensed and insured. We can take a look at the issues you’re facing and let you know what the repairs might entail, how extensive they might be, and what the potential cost will be.