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Great Floor Sanding & Finishing in Wooden Floor Restoration In most everyday situations, wooden floors endure dents and scratches. Over time and constant wear, they suffer worse damage: warps, buckles, cracks, splits and gaps between the boards. If left unrepaired for too long, sections of the floor may need to be replaced.
So the first stage is to realign loose boards, hammering nails below the surface level of the floor. Any damaged boards are replaced with reclaimed timber - whenever possible of similar age and wear.
Experts in Floor Sanding & Finishing in Wooden Floor Restoration This is not an essential part of the process, but some customers prefer the even look of a gap-filled floor.
It does tighten the floor, thus preventing the movement of timber. Draughts and the build up of dirt are also prevented.
There are two main methods:
Resin: the most common form of gap filling, mostly used on parquet, mosaic and some floorboards with lots of fine gaps. Fine dust from the floor is mixed with a resin and applied to the gaps with a filling knife.
Solid fillet strips: strips of reclaimed pine and other timbers are glued, forced into the gaps, and chiselled back before sanding flat. This method is suitable for large gaps - and the strips move with the timber.
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