Many flooring repairs help to save time and money. Wear and tear or damaged wood flooring caused by improper use or accidents are not often on the list of warranty coverages. Scratches, chips and cracks caused by daily use do occasionally happen, but they do not mean your floor is destroyed. You do not have to live with even the most minor flaws in your flooring. Repairing your flooring may be possible.
When a board sustains damage in the middle of a laminate floor, you have two options for replacing it. One is to disassemble the floor down to the damaged wood floor board, replace the board and reassemble. The repair option isn’t always practical, especially in large rooms filled with furniture. The other option is to cut out the damaged board and glue in a replacement. It’s a job that requires carpentry skills.
Flooring repair experts sometimes recommend removing the base molding and unsnapping and numbering every plank until you get to the flooring repair damaged portion. That works if the damaged plank is close to the wall. But trust us, if the damaged section is more than a few rows out from the wall, it’s actually faster to just cut it out and replace. We are very happy to help you with your flooring repair.