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    Restore vs replace wood floooring


    At what point do I know that my wood flooring is beyond restoration and it would be better off just having it replaced? Is there any way of judging this for myself or should I just get a professional out to take a look?

    Asked by Adam on 2nd Mar 2021
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    Sam Lamont

    "If there is no rot or decay can probably be sanded and re coated"

    Answered on 30th Mar 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    Inobuild Ltd

    "It would depend on the level of damage/decay.
    But in my experience, you can never achieve the finish with restoration of that kind within the cost of replacement. Again, depending on what kind of wood, how old it is etc it would be cheaper to replace."

    Answered on 2nd Mar 2021 - Member since Feb 2020 - report

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