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Re: Wood Floor Repair - Not Refinish/Sanding
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We used Dylan Clark of Dylan Hardwood Floors and were very happy with the results and the service (doesn't hurt that he lives downtown).
They repaired a section of flooring and stained our existing floors.


Here is his contact info:
http://www.dylanwoodfloors.com
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Would be very grateful for a recommendation too. Thanks so much!

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Yardl3y--could you PM the contact info to me also? Thank you!


Me too! Thx.

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Yardl3y--could you PM the contact info to me also? Thank you!

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Just PM'ed you the contact info.

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Not really yet. Seems like folks want to do full installs, still having a hard time finding someone to do repairs. Can you share?

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did you find someone for this? I have a guy who did the same to my home with great results.

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Not really yet. Seems like folks want to do full installs, still having a hard time finding someone to do repairs. Can you share?

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did you find someone for this? I have a guy who did the same to my home with great results.

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did you find someone for this? I have a guy who did the same to my home with great results.

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Try Conquer Flooring on Bright St. They install all types of flooring, with focus on hardwood restoration in old homes. Since they do restoration, they should do smaller jobs like this or be able to refer someone who does.

http://www.conquerhardwoodfloors.com/

Good luck!

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Hi,

I need to get a chunk of an old wood floor replaced (but not the whole floor). 5-10 "planks".

Does anyone have a recommended contractor to do this?

Because it's an old house, it looks like it doesn't have a subfloor at all so this wood is all I've got. I don't want to sand it.

Seems like there are a lot of refinishers out there and installers, but I'm having a hard time finding a repairman...

Thanks in advance,
Grif.

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