If your hardwood floors are in a high traffic area, they can become susceptible to damage. Damage can be caused by scuffing, dragging items across the surface, spilling chemicals or paint, or uneven settling and cracking. We’ve seen just about all types of damage, and repairing hardwood floors requires matching the existing wood stain and pattern and seamlessly integrating the new pieces in with the old ones. In the best cases, the original wood can be repaired or refinished to keep the original flooring intact. Depending on the extent of the damage and the availability of the wood stains and patterns of the existing wood, we can work with you on a patch repair, or a replacement depending on your preference and your budget.