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Tips and Tricks for Fixing Scratches and Stubborn Stains

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.   

Why should you pay attention to warranties?

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 manuf

The Craftsmen of Temple Johnson Hardwood Floor Company

 

 

 

 

The thing often overlooked in the Hardwood flooring industry is the craftsmanship. The knowledge and artistry needed to install, refinish and repair these beautiful floors. Technology improvements in Hardwood floors is ongoing as with any industry. It appears in the manufacturing of the wood, sanding and installation methods, as well as texturing of the wood. Improvements have been made in adhesives, vapor barriers, along with beautiful, durable finishes. While there will be more automation in Hardwood floors, there will always be specialty hands-on products. There will always be a need for employees coaching other employees in the artistry of laying, sanding and finishing

Worried Hardwood Floors Won’t Work In Your Space?

 

So you want a hardwood floor, but you are limited by construction and installation options? Engineered hardwood flooring can be installed on all levels over plywood, wood, OSB and concrete subfloors. It is designed to have more stability than solid wood in changes with humidity. The installation can be floating, glued down or stapled.

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