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November 27, 2017 - 9:23am

Hardwood flooring is beautiful to look at, easy to take care of but can be nerve-racking when it comes to the holidays. You love your floors and you really want to keep the real Christmas tree as a part of your family traditions. Nothing brings tears faster than a wooden floor with water damage, sap stains, or deep scratches from the tree stand. With a few extra steps, you can keep your family traditions and keep your hardwood floors looking their best too.

November 14, 2017 - 9:35am

Hardwood floors are a great investment. They add value to your home and provide a beautiful, long-lasting flooring solution. At Temple Johnson Flooring, we have been providing hardwood-flooring solutions throughout Oklahoma City for more than 90 years. We recognize the benefits of both engineered and solid hardwood, and we strive to help every customer find a satisfactory product.

October 20, 2017 - 10:56am

We just received a display for two new prefinished engineered lines from Mullican that fit right with our current trends.  The trends for this year seem to be divided between a smooth finish for the more traditional look and texture for a classic farmhouse style.  Customers have requested both light/natural shades and d

October 2, 2017 - 10:45am

The solution for scratches and stains on your wood floors depend on the type of finish they have.  The National  Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) and Floor Covering News recently posted the guide below for quick reference.   There are also guides from each manufacturer on their page which you can access through our Products Brands page.   

September 13, 2017 - 11:16am

A manufacturer’s warranty on an engineered hardwood floor is a good selling point as long as you understand what is covered.  Since Hardwood floors are made of natural material, certain imperfections are expected and allowed in the flooring industry standards.  That can include finish imperfections, grading discrepancies, milling defects, color differences and general cutting waste.   If the flooring is found to be defective or damaged according to the specification of the warranty, the manufacturer will usually agree to replace or repair any defective product or refund the purchase price. 

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