Floorworks® Service Guarantee

Service Guarantee by Floorworks

Your floor restoration satisfaction is guaranteed with us!

Enjoy hasstle free wood floor restoration service with Floorworks knowing that we have a service quarantee. We take pride in wood floor restoration and throughout the years we have managed to maintain and constantly improve our quality of floor restoration services to a level of excellence. We would not allow anything less than satisfied customers and therefore we have included our service quarantee in our wood floor restoration.

Service quarantee gives you a piece of mind knowing that your floors are in professional, skillful and knowledgable hands. It also means that with FloorWorks your floors are maintained by a professional floor sanding company which prioritieses the customers satisfaction above!

Service guarantee ensures that all floorworks are performed strictly as per our quotations, which have been approved by our customers. In the unlikely event of any mismatch between your expectations and the final results of our floor restoration service, our service quarantee gives you the reassurance that we will always aim to ractify this to your satisfaction.

However, because some issues might be beyond our control, we have included some limitations to our service quarantee. For example, we reserves the right to apply limitations on wood floor restoration services on floors (not laid by the us) that have been exposed to continues moisture or increased humidity that may be the reason for contraction of the floors after the restoration. Damages and losses from installation faults or structural changes, should be covered by installation supplier or property insurer.

Exemptions & Limitation of Our Service Guarantee

  • Damage to the wooden floors as a result of faulty appliances causing leak(s), high air humidity or increased damp levels, which have appeared before or after the wood floor restoration, and may have been unknown by the time of service. 

  • Sanding of timber floors, which are at the end of their usability term, including engineered wood flooring with significant wearing of its original top layer. 

  • Gap filling on original pine floorboards or other planks without tongue-and-groove or click system.