For those that enjoy the appeal of hardwood flooring, but need something a bit different and truly exceptional, parquet flooring is a popular choice. Parquet flooring is created by cutting wood into tiles or blocks and then organizing these cubes into various geometric patterns, such as a herringbone or basket weave pattern. You can use nearly any kind of wood for a parquet floor, which means that you may choose something to fit your taste as well as your budget!
However, like with any sort of floors, over time that your parquet flooring can become damaged or worn. It could be that you’ve moved into a home with pre-existing parquet floors, or that you’ve only had your own for some time and wish to breathe new life back into it. Luckily for you, there are a number of ways in which you can reestablish your parquet floor back to its former glory.
You may discover that certain individual blocks or tiles have become chipped or damaged, or which gaps have emerged owing to your floor expanding or contracting obviously. If this is true, it’s a great idea to either fix or replace the damaged blocks. This is only one of many advantages of parquet flooring — because it is made up of multiple tiny blocks, you can make modest fixes without having to replace the whole floor, saving you money and time.
If the entire floor is looking wornout, replacing one or two cubes would not necessarily be your very best course of action. In this situation, you might choose to re-sand the entire floor and maybe add a fresh end to it. You would be amazed by how much a difference a layer of wax or varnish may get to your floor’s look!
The main point to remember, however, is that in the event that you do not have experience in matching flooring, it’s always best to ask experts for assistance. While something can appear to be an easy task at first , without the proper knowledge, tools and experience things can quickly fail.
At Floor Sanding Newcross we offer a resanding and renovation agency and can reform your hardwood floors into its former glory in no time.