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Brick Floor Restoration

Brick Floor Restoration

Brick floors are basic but can become very worn over the years from ground in dirt and traffic wear. At Total Floor Care we are very experienced in the restoration of interior brick floors.

Brick floors in most homes have in there lifetime been stained or sealed. First step is to know what kind of seal is on the floor either a water or solvent base seal. This determines the whole restoration process. Water base seals are much easier to remove with machines and vacuum rather than by hand if you have to solvent base strip.

Once the brick floor is stripped and cleaned the dry out process must take place, could be a night or many night for the brick to dry.

If the customer feels there is a need to stain the brick floor we provide three test areas for them to see the stain on their floor to make a decision.

The final step is sealing with a either a topical or penetration sealer.

Brick Floor Restoration Questions

Brick floor restoration goes beyond routine maintenance, involving a comprehensive process to address wear, damage, and staining. It aims to renew the entire floor, ensuring both aesthetic appeal and structural integrity.

Yes, professional restoration can address issues like uneven surfaces or settling by repairing or replacing damaged bricks and ensuring proper leveling during the restoration process.

Yes, brick floor restoration can include color changes or alterations to the finish. Professionals use specialized techniques and products to achieve the desired color or appearance while preserving the natural characteristics of the bricks.

Professionals conduct a thorough inspection to assess the condition of the bricks, mortar joints, and overall structural integrity. This evaluation guides the restoration plan and helps determine the necessary repairs.

Yes, eco-friendly sealers and cleaning products are available for brick floor restoration. Professionals can provide options that align with sustainability goals while maintaining the integrity of the restoration process.

Yes, professional restorers often specialize in working with historic or antique brick floors. They employ techniques that respect the authenticity of the flooring while addressing issues such as erosion or deterioration.

After restoration, professionals may recommend preventive measures such as the use of rugs or mats in high-traffic areas and advising on proper cleaning practices. These measures help minimize wear and extend the life of the restored brick floor.

While restoration can be done at any time of the year, some homeowners prefer the milder seasons for better ventilation during the process. Professionals can adapt their approach based on environmental conditions.

Yes, professionals can repair or replace damaged or missing mortar joints as part of the restoration process. This ensures the stability and longevity of the brick floor.

The lifespan of a brick floor after restoration depends on factors like foot traffic, maintenance, and environmental conditions. With proper care, a professionally restored brick floor can last for decades.

Remember that it’s essential to consult with a professional at Total Floor Care for an assessment of your specific brick floor and to get tailored advice on the restoration cost, process and maintenance.