Flooring repairs paid for by appliance delivery shipping co.
Back in July I had my Bluestar RNB 36" range delivered. The delivery guys gouged my hardwood floors pretty bad. They had no clue about moving a range as big and heavy as the Bluestar.
I emailed the shipping company (Interstate Moving & Storage in NH) and they have been pretty good about calling the guy that originally refinished my hardwood floors and getting that process started.
My floors were completely sanded, stained and finished late in April. My house is an open floor plan and there are about 600 sq feet of oak flooring on the 1st floor that was redone. Then I covered the floors with RAM BOARD and they have been like that since late April. We hadnt uncovered them or even enjoyed them when they were already damaged by this shipping company.
So I got my flooring guy to come out again and give me a quote to sand down the damaged areas (about 50 sq feet would be sanded), that area would need to be stained and then finished, and then in order to have the entire floor be smoothed out and look "new", they would put another top coat on the entire floor. The price was about $900.
So I sent this quote to the trucking company and they are saying that they will get a 2nd opinion and that $900 seems overkill. I am worried that if someone else comes in and fixes the floors that they wont match the rest of the 1st floor.
What do you think?