September 13, 2016 - 8:46am

Street of Dreams 2016 in Oklahoma City

October 15 - October 30

August 26, 2016 - 5:29pm
Living Room, White Sofa and Hardwood Floor

Five Changes To Create A New look For Your Existing Hardwood Floor

You are looking to renovate your home and you figure the best place to start is under foot.  Before you go tearing up those floors take a closer look. Wood is a beautiful, natural, hypo-allergenic product that as it ages gains more charm and allure, along with the marked history of your life. But the question at hand is, how much history do you need to see in those floors before it is time to rewrite history and start with a clean slate?

July 15, 2016 - 2:10pm

Knowing These 8 Secrets Will Make Your Hardwood Floors Look Amazing

Scratches, nicks and dents from furniture, shoes, and using the wrong cleaning solutions can all cause hardwood floors to become dull and lifeless. While hardwood floors are durable, regular care can help to prevent minor damage from accruing over time. Don't worry, it does not mean you will spend all your time on the upkeep of your hardwood floor. Just follow these instructions to enjoy your hardwood floor for many years to come. 

June 29, 2016 - 11:27am
Bruce - American Treasures - Hickory Hardwood Floor

Four Common Misconceptions About Solid Hardwood Floors

Solid hardwood floors create an undeniable richness and beauty to your home. Their classic good looks speak to enduring quality and tasteful style that complements any interior setting or lifestyle, from traditional to trendy. The legendary durability and easy care of solid hardwood flooring makes it a wise investment. Your solid hardwood floor can easily last for 50 years or more with proper care, giving you a lifetime of beauty and value. So what are some of the misconceptions?

June 3, 2016 - 8:11am
Hickory Hardwood Floor

So you are looking for a hardwood floor and unsure what to pick.  One option you have is Engineered Hardwood floors.  Engineered Hardwood is real wood flooring built up of layers of wood called plies, which are glued together. This multi-ply structure gives engineered wood superior stability, greater than solid wood, The plies reduce concerns associated with shrinking and expanding when temperature and humidity change.


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