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Hardwood Flooring Pet Stain Repair

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Has your pet urinated on your hard wood floors, leaving your with discoloration, warping, or cupping? This is a common problem for pet owners and an issue that we at AG Construction see frequently.

Many homeowners assume having their floors refinished is an effective, and affordable way to remove pet stain damage from their hardwood floors. This, however, is not true. When pet urine stains have penetrated deep into your floors, simply sanding a thin top layer off the wood will not remove the stain, and the application of fresh stain can actually bring the discoloration out stronger than it was before in some cases.

This can lead to unhappy homeowners that have paid thousands to have their floors refinished, only to have the problem they were hoping to correct remain.

So How Do I Repair Pet Stain Damaged Hardwood Floors?

The only way to ensure that pet stains are removed from floors is to replace the affected areas. This may sound like a big, and expensive project, but it doesn’t have to be. The affected areas can be replaced while the surrounding floor is left intact–meaning you don’t have to spend thousands replacing unaffected sections of flooring.

Hardwood Floor Repair in MD, VA, & DC

If you’re looking for an affordable solution to give your floors a face lift and make them look brand new, call AG Construction. We offer affordable hardwood floor restoration in Maryland, Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. Our restoration crew has serviced thousands of floors in homes and businesses throughout the DMV area for more than 10 years.

Our technicians are skilled in bringing out the natural beauty of all types of woods and we only use high quality, environmentally friendly, and odorless hardwood floor finishes.

Free Estimates for Hardwood Floor Repair in MD, DC & Northern VA

Ready to get started? Give us a call or contact us online to schedule a free estimate for hardwood floor repair or restoration!