The Different Types of Wood Flooring Hardwood floors have unmatched natural beauty and go with any decor — modern, traditional, country. Wood flooring is a great choice for all room, although kitchens and basements might not be ideal. Unfinished or Finished? Unfinished hardwood flooring
5 Common Hardwood Flooring Problems and How to Avoid Them
There are several common problems that can creep up on you during and after hardwood flooring installation. Here’s what they are and how to avoid them.
How to Protect your Hardwood Floors When Hosting a Party
Floor damage can be a real buzz kill when hosting a party. Our new blog post offers easy tips to prevent common damage to your hardwood floors.
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Hardwood Floor Installation
Whether working with solid hardwood or other flooring products, you can always learn more about which factors determine the right hardwood floors for your home.
Hardwood Flooring, How To’s & Tips, Hardwood Floors, Industry News/Info, News
While it’s true that hardwood lasts decades with only a little maintenance, there are areas in the house where hardwood floors may not be ideal.
Pros and Cons of DIY Hardwood Floor Installation
Are you planning a DIY hardwood flooring project? Here are a few pros and cons to weigh before moving forward.
How to Maximize the Longevity of your Hardwood Floors
When properly installed and maintained, hardwood flooring lasts over a century. The following are tips for maximizing the lifespan of your hardwood floors.
Top 5 Myths About Wood Flooring
Hardwood Flooring Myths, Debunked! Choosing the right flooring for your home isn’t an easy feat, and it’s important to do your research so you choose the best option for your needs. We want to help you make an informed decision,
Preventing Sun Damage to your Hardwood Floors
To what extent does direct sunlight damage floors and furniture? The issue of sun-fading is best illustrated by leaving padded furniture outside for a prolonged period of time. Gradually, the furniture takes on a faded tone and over a period
How Moisture Levels in The Air Affect Your Hardwood Floors
Even though the hardwood is first dried and then processed before being used for flooring, seasonal changes on the flooring may become noticeable.