Surface damage

Damage to wooden surfaces can be divided into several categories:

  • Mechanical
  • Thermal, chemical.
  • Caused by natural aging
  • Caused by improper storage
  • Biological (result of insect activity)

Mechanical damage occurs as a result of the lifetime and existence of any furniture. This also applies to entrance doors that are made of solid wood, despite their strength and age of more than 80-90 years. These can be small chips of solid wood, dents and holes from impacts with various objects, and scratches of various sizes and depths.

Very often, the front door is damaged by pets, who enjoy biting and scratching the door. Some types of scratches can be longitudinal and transverse on the wood. Often, such injuries are the most difficult to repair. They damage the structure of the wood fibers, which is a more difficult task for the restorer, but solvable. A lot of painstaking work is required to restore such damaged areas.

Heat damage
These damages affect the top layer of the coating and can also affect the structure of the wood. Sometimes heat exposure deeply damages the wood fiber structure, and this is already a more difficult task for the restorer, but it can be solved.

Damage caused by natural aging
They can appear both on the surface of the varnish in the form of cracks and peeling of the varnish or paint, and in the structure of the wood in the form of drying cracks that occur due to aging and drying of the wood, such as also due to improper storage.


Find out how much it costs to restore your item:

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Each item to be restored is unique. In this regard, the costs of restoration work are calculated separately in each case.

Renovation prices depend on many factors, such as:

  • the condition of the furniture itself;
  • the nature of the damage (presence of cracks, chips, violation of decorative elements, veneer condition, etc.);
  • complexity of renovation works;
  • usage of consumable material in the restoration process.

Each object needs an individual approach and individual methods of restoration. There are no fixed prices for such works.
Therefore, it is difficult to indicate a certain amount of labor costs in a telephone conversation, and sometimes even an approximate one.

The conditions of restoration directly depend on the complexity and scope of the restoration work.

Each restoration begins with a preliminary inspection of the item to more objectively assess its condition. During the inspection, you can accurately determine the cost of restoring the item. Since the external condition of the object, the condition of key elements and the integrity of the carpentry structure can be inferred from the photograph, the presence of internal hidden defects remains unclear.