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Which hardwood floor is right for your home?

Every space has unique needs and each individual has different tastes.  It can be overwhelming looking on the internet or even coming into our store with so many choices.  What is the best hardwood floor for you?  Trying to match those needs and tastes, we have come up with five basic questions to help your selection process.

What wood species do you want?

The Remodel Is Complete!

The remodel is complete!  So what do we have to show you in our new store front?  There are fifteen new engineered hardwood floors and nine new solid hardwood floors along with seven refinished solid hardwood floors.  In this blog we wanted to spotlight a few of the new Engineered Hardwood floors from the right side of the store. 

What should I expect during my solid hardwood floor install?

Sometimes it seems we should say expect the unexpected.    We are currently remodeling our showroom to display updated samples of both solid and engineered hardwood floors.  The unexpected that came up with this job was working around other jobs, a water leak and remaining open for business.  This helped give us a reminder of solid hardwood floor installation from the consumer side.  

Herringbone a New Trend or a Classic Revisited

The herringbone pattern  in hardwood floors emerged as a trend for 2017-2018. While some of the stain colors and wood species are different, the herringbone pattern is hardly a new concept.  There is a rich history of using the herringbone pattern in both Europe and America. A popular variation of the herringbone, called Chevron or French herringbone, is prominent in many prestigious European Chateaus. 

What To Do When Water Damage Occurs

Water damage on beautiful hardwood floors can be one of a homeowner’s worst nightmares. Imagine coming home after a wonderful weekend get-away only to find that your dishwasher has leaked water all over the hardwoods in your kitchen. Or sometimes the water slowly sneaks in when you least expect it, like in the entryway of your home.  Whether it’s a small amount or a lot, water on hardwood floors is a bad mix.

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