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LUXURY VINYL PLANK (LVP)  |  SHEET VINYL / MARMOLEOM  |  ENGINEERED HARDWOOD |  SOLID HARDWOOD FLOOR  | CERAMIC TILE  |  PORCELAIN TILE  |  STONE TILE 

From everyday traffic to moving furniture: floors take a beating. Floor coverings also have a huge aesthetic impact on an apartment or home, and replacing them is an expensive, time-consuming, and high-disturbance process. We're here to help with all that - offering expert repairs to all kinds of damaged hard flooring. Unlike replacement, our repairs happen quickly (under 1 hour) and do not require residents or homeowners to leave the apartment or home. 

LVP (LUXURY VINYL PLANK)

Prized in modern apartments and homes for its ease of installation, attractive finish, and durability, LVP is not an invincible flooring material. LVP floors get scratches and gouges from moving appliances and furniture and burns from a dropped hot pot or pan.  

Finding a replacement plank can be nearly impossible when a section of an LVP floor is damaged. Even if you have a replacement click-in plank, it's difficult to remove and install and almost impossible to match the wear and tear of surrounding planks.  

We repair scratches, gouges, and burns in LVP flooring, matching the original surface's color, texture, and durability and saving you money, time, and waste. 

SHEET VINYL / MARMOLEUM

Affordable and easy-to-clean, many apartments and homes have sheet vinyl and Marmoleum in high-traffic areas. In addition to wear and tear from foot traffic, vinyl floors also get scratches, cuts, and gouges from moving furniture and appliances or dropped items. Dropped pots and pans cause burns to vinyl flooring in kitchens, and failed seams pop up in doorways, causing tripping hazards. 

Most damaged vinyl or Marmoleum floors are ripped out and replaced. Vinyl does not break down in landfills, making this frequently used and discarded material a common pollutant.  

Occasionally, someone attempts to repair a damaged vinyl floor using the maintenance hack of patching (cutting out the damage and gluing a new piece of sheet vinyl in the hole). Patched areas will not match the wear of the surrounding floor, and paper-backed sheet vinyl shrinks, pulling patches away from the surrounding area and leaving the floor looking worse than before. 

Surface Experts gives you an alternative to discarding or patching damaged vinyl flooring. Our quick, quality repairs match the color, texture and sheen of the original floor, saving you time, money, and waste. 

ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORS & SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORS

A timeless, high-end finish, common damage to engineered and solid hardwood floors includes scratches and gouges from appliances and furniture and stains from water or other liquids.  

Hardwood flooring is costly and hard to replace when damaged. Without spot repair, the only solution to damaged engineered or solid hardwood flooring is to sand and refinish. The thin layer of wood on engineered hardwood floors can only be sanded once (or twice if you're lucky). Our spot repairs to engineered and solid hardwood flooring extend the life and beauty of the floor while removing the eyesore of the damaged area. 

TILE FLOORS - CERAMIC, PORCELAIN, & STONE

Common damage to stone tile, porcelain tile, and ceramic tile floors includes cracks, chips, stains, pits, and discolored grout. Even when just a small area of a tile floor is damaged, it can be challenging to find a replacement that exactly matches the color and style of the original tile. Additionally, it’s difficult to install a new tile without damaging the adjacent pieces. 

Surface Experts repairs all common damage to tile flooring, saving you the cost and trouble of replacement. 

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