Yes! Most damage to parquet flooring can be repaired by a parquet flooring specialist, like Mark Antony & Sons.
Most commonly, we see minor damage to the surface of parquet flooring - dents, bumps, scratches or stains from pets or contaminants. In these cases, most damage can be repaired by sanding parquet flooring back to bare wood and refinishing with a long-lasting oil or lacquer (varnish).
In some more extreme cases, full parquet restoration is needed. Parquet flooring that has been in homes or public buildings for a number of years and seen a high level of foot traffic during that time might experience individual blocks lifting over time, where the original adhesive has lost its adhesion to the sub-floor. In these cases, if the parquet blocks themselves are structurally sound, we will lift all loose blocks, remove all traces of the old adhesive, and then use a professional-grade high-bond adhesive to re-install the parquet blocks.
Where parquet floors have been hidden under carpets or not been maintained by previous homeowners, some parquet blocks may be beyond repair. If this is the case, we source reclaimed wood parquet blocks from trusted sources, finding the closest possible match to your floor. We install these reclaimed wood blocks using high-bond adhesive and then sand and refinish your parquet floor to blend replacement blocks in with the original floor.
If you're not sure whether your parquet flooring can be restored or not, get in touch