Wood floor repair / restoration

Post your job for free and our trade professionals will contact you to quote.
Number of Pros
Number of Reviews
  1. Plentific >
  2. Find Tradesmen >
  3. Wood floor repair / restoration

Featured Pros for Wood floor repair / restoration

Our vision is to make it fast, easy and safe to get quotes when you need help. We'll introduce you to professionals who are ready to help.
Watertrade / Build Trade
Wood floor repair / restoration in Maidenhead, SL6 9AY
Oak Floors London
Wood floor repair / restoration in London, EC1N 8JY
VladImir Galichyan
Wood floor repair / restoration in London, N10 1AN
Wood floor repair / restoration in Norwich, NR7 8TD
Bob The Handyman
Wood floor repair / restoration in Barking, IG11 7XF
BN Carpentry
Wood floor repair / restoration in Esher, KT10 8AN
Wood floor repair / restoration in Chelmsford, CM3 8AE
First Step Property Services Ltd
Wood floor repair / restoration in Ilford, IG1 4QR
JRM Building Contractors
Wood floor repair / restoration in Colchester, CO4 3ND
Castleburg Construction Ltd
Wood floor repair / restoration in Cambridge, CB21 5LT
Wood floor repair / restoration in Luton, LU2 7XZ
Wood floor repair / restoration in Stratford, E15 4JN

Latest Wood floor repair / restoration Reviews

14 Aug 2019
26 Jul 2019
Castleburg Construction Ltd
23 Jul 2019
17 Jul 2019

Hiring a tradesman for wood floor repair or restoration

When you have a valuable floor or simply want to retain a certain look, repair and restoration can be better options than replacement. Make sure you hire the right tradesman for the job by using Plentific. The company website will quickly generate a list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer wood floor repair or restoration as services while also providing access to customer reviews to help you make your choice.

What do you need to know about wood floor repair or restoration?

If you are looking for a tradesman to repair or restore your wooden floor you need to keep in mind that a lot of different jobs may be required. As well as removing or placing damaged floorboards, your floor may also require sanding, varnishing, polishing, staining or sealing. Loose boards may need to be secured or blocks may need to be refitted or replaced. Ensure that you get an assessment done for the task before signing anything. This is usually free of charge and will let you know in advance what work is required.

If you have been working with other tradesmen it is likely that they will be able to recommend a person or company to restore or replace your wooden floor. Even if this is the case, make sure you check the experience and qualifications of your choices. Do they have experience with the kind of floor you have, or on jobs of your size? They may have completed apprenticeships, or may have college or industry qualifications. A good indicator of their expertise is if they are a member of a tradesmen’s organisation, as such groups usually enforce high standards and codes of conduct for members. You should also ask to see reviews and feedback from previous customers, and you may be able to see pictures of previously completed jobs. This can be valuable for making your final decision, especially if the materials they will be working with are particularly expensive.

Before making your final decision make sure that your choice is adequately covered for liabilities and accidental damage. This is particularly important if they are working with expensive materials or if you are having them remove furniture from the room in question before starting on the floor. They should also have a policy in place for if you are unsatisfied with their finished work.

How much does wood floor repair or restoration cost?

The cost of wood floor repair or restoration will depend on the type of wood as well as the number of tasks required for the job. Depending on the state of disrepair of the floor, certain boards may need to be replaced, the floor may need to be sanded, or any number of other things may need to be done to achieve the desired quality. Have an assessment done to find out what needs to be done. This is usually free, and will also make sure your chosen tradesman has the right equipment when work begins. Accessibility will also be a factor, as poor accessibility will lengthen the job or prevent workers from getting certain time saving equipment into the room.

The initial cost of having a floor repaired or restored will usually be calculated by square meters, so be sure you do your own measuring before the assessment. Different tasks will be measured this way: sanding can cost around £16 per square meter, while varnishing afterwards will bring the cost to around £25, and so on. Make sure that you get several quotes to compare and always ask for a price breakdown. This can help make sure you are getting the work required done, and can also highlight tasks that you can do yourself to save money.