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I would like to use my original floorboards on stairs and landing, currently carpeted i havent checked the flooring as yet but can original flooring be fixed if it is showing signs of age?
Im keen to keep the original flooring but worried of the standard of the flooring particularly on the actual stairs, is it possible to sand / varnish and restore the flooring on stairs? thanks
That all depends on how bad the aging and as long as no rot etc .
Answered 14th Apr 2012
Underneath your carpet there could be a charming wooden floor waiting to be brought back to life. Your wooden floor can be renovated, with any gaps filled and a professional finish applied. The process is completed with staining, varnishing or waxing, laquering or oiling.
I always like to see the condition of the flooring as this enables me to give you a clear understanding of what can be done.
Answered 10th Sep 2012