Floor Refinish in Chapin, SC
This Chapin, SC home experienced a leak in its ceiling that caused secondary damage to a small area of hardwood flooring. While the affected area was relatively minor, fixing damaged hardwood flooring is not typically a quick remediation process. Stained and painted hardwoods change color over time due to traffic, lighting and other environmental factors. Attempting to match the color of existing hardwoods is very difficult - most homeowners choose to sand and re-stain all of the flooring so that there is not a noticeable difference in just one area.
In this home all of the downstairs hardwoods were sanded down to remove the finish and restained with a white-wash color giving this home a unique look.