Flooring

Flooring Reconstruction in Columbus

Learn About the Most Common Floor Troubles and How We Can Help You Fix Them

Your floors are such an essential part of your home. They are literally the ground you walk on and they are what support you as you make your house into a home. Unfortunately, our floors are prone to damage just as any other part of the house might be. Some common problems that floors can encounter include improper installation, buckling, burns, cracks, loose, sloped, squeaky floors, mechanical damage, wear damage, water damage, and other damage that is unique to wood floors. See below some of the most common flooring materials found in homes and what kinds of damage they tend to sustain:

  • Linoleum/vinyl

Vinyl flooring is the most popular form of resilient flooring. This is probably because it is low maintenance, water-resistant, cost-effective, and long-lasting. However, vinyl is definitely vulnerable to scratches and cuts. This type of damage can happen quite easily, like when you drop a small object on the floor, but it can also make a major impact. Another issue that those with vinyl floors run into is loss of adhesion. Vinyl floors typically have a sticky side that keeps the floor in place. Our team has experience with repairing and replacing vinyl floors, and we can show you the best ways to keep your vinyl intact for many years to come.

  • Tile

When it comes to choosing the best flooring for their kitchen, many homeowners naturally flock to tile. It is durable, water-resistant, and easily resists stains. Plus, tile can withstand heavy foot traffic, water, spills, and it does not absorb odors or bacteria. As sturdy as tile might be, it can certainly still be cracked, especially if heavy items are dropped on the floor. Even if the tile itself does not break, the outer glazing might be damaged, which means the tile will not be protected from moisture and further damage. Tile grout can also be damaged as well. If the tile has been scratched too deeply to buff out or has been cracked, we will need to replace it. We will help you through every step of this process and make sure to restore your floor to its former glory.

  • Hardwood

Hardwood flooring is a classic choice for many homeowners. They usually last approximately ten years, but with proper care and maintenance, they can last much longer. Even the most careful homeowners are susceptible to hardwood floor damage, though. Whether the damage is caused by a natural disaster, another kind of water damage, excessive moisture, or some kind of impact that scratches or damages the wood, hardwood floor damage can be devastating. Luckily, our team will be by your side and will help restore the hardwood floors you know and love. The repair process might involve sanding, and it might involve replacing the wood entirely. No matter what the case might be, we will get your hardwood floors back in tip-top condition.

  • Laminate

Laminate floors were first introduced in the 1970s. It is made up of layers of synthetic material that is engineered to resemble wood or stone. It is a popular choice for flooring due to its high durability and low price, and it is a reasonable alternative to real hardwood floors. While laminate can make a beautiful, cost-effective alternative to hardwood floors, they can easily scratch when you move items around the house. They can also start to bubble and peak, which is often due to poor installation. If you are having issues with your laminate flooring, or have encountered some kind of disaster that has caused these issues, look no further than the expertise of our team. From simple scratches to major floor damage, we can get your floors back in the condition they were designed to be in.

Whether you are having small flooring issues, like lifting bubbling and scratching, or major flooring issues, like foundation issues, you can trust our team of repair experts in Columbus to reconstruct your floors and restore them to optimal condition.

To learn more about flooring reconstruction in Columbus and how we can breathe new life into your floors, call CAP Restoration at (800) 946-1691 or contact us online.

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