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Floor Repairs

We fix all types of damaged floors

When it comes to damaged floor repairs, Toronto Restoration Services is your go-to solution. With our extensive experience and expertise in floor restoration, we have established ourselves as a trusted name in the industry. Whether you're dealing with scratches, stains, water damage, or structural issues, our skilled team of professionals have the knowledge and tools to tackle any floor repair project.


We take a meticulous approach, carefully assessing the extent of the damage and developing a tailored plan to restore your floors to their former glory. Using high-quality materials and proven techniques, Toronto Restoration Services ensures durable and long-lasting repairs. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is evident in their attention to detail, open communication, and timely project completion.


When you choose Toronto Restoration Services for your damaged floor repairs, you can trust that you'll receive top-notch service and exceptional results that will enhance the beauty and value of your space.

Our repair process

Repairing damaged floorboards in a house or office space typically involves the following steps:

  1. Identify the Damaged Boards: Inspect the floor to identify the specific boards that are damaged or in need of repair. Look for signs of warping, cracks, rot, or any other visible damage.

  2. Prepare the Tools and Materials: Gather the necessary tools and materials for the repair, which may include a pry bar, hammer, nails, screws, wood filler, sandpaper, and replacement floorboards that match the existing ones.

  3. Remove the Damaged Boards: Use a pry bar or hammer to carefully remove the damaged floorboards. Start at one end and work your way along the board, taking care not to damage the surrounding boards.

  4. Clean the Subfloor: Once the damaged boards are removed, clean the subfloor by removing any debris, dust, or old adhesive. Ensure the subfloor is clean and smooth for the installation of the replacement boards.

  5. Cut and Install Replacement Boards: Measure and cut the replacement boards to fit the space left by the removed boards. Ensure they match the size and thickness of the existing floorboards. Install the replacement boards using nails or screws, securing them to the subfloor and adjacent boards.

  6. Secure Loose Boards: If there are any loose boards that are not completely damaged, use nails or screws to secure them firmly to the subfloor, ensuring a stable and even surface.

  7. Sand and Smooth: Once the new boards are installed and secured, sand the repaired area to create a smooth and level surface. Remove any rough edges or imperfections.

  8. Apply Finishing Touches: Apply wood filler to fill any gaps, cracks, or nail holes in the repaired area. Allow the filler to dry, then sand it down for a seamless finish. Finally, apply stain or sealant to match the color of the surrounding floorboards, blending the repaired section with the rest of the floor.

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