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April 23, 2019 - 10:18am

The texture of a hardwood floor can add and element of contrast to your room.  It can accentuate the elegance, add character in its unique grain or warmth in the distressed look.  There are a variety of hardwood flooring textures available, we are featuring four in this post:  Smooth, hand scraped, wire brushed and distressed.

Smooth

March 8, 2019 - 9:57am

We often have customers come in with a request to see our real wood floors.  Many flooring options today emulate the look of wood flooring, causing confusion on what product is being purchased.  As the authority for the wood flooring industry, the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) felt it was necessary to establish a clear definition of what comprises a true hardwood floor.  Their official release was: "Any flooring product that contains real wood as the top-most, wearable surface of the floor."  

February 28, 2019 - 2:48pm

There are so many decisions to make when designing your hardwood floors that it can be overwhelming. We have talked about trends, wood species, the differences between solid hardwood and engineered wood floors and finishes in previous blogs. We want to add to that information and use a guide created by the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) to help focus on your choice.

January 10, 2019 - 10:12am

Starting a new year has many people exercising, dieting and cleaning up their homes as a part of their New Years resolutions.  We would like to provide some resolutions for maintaining your hardwood floors.  Hardwood flooring is an investment that can last for many years and add value to your home.  Below are things you can avoid and things that you should do.

Maintaining Wood Floors – Things to Avoid

December 18, 2018 - 9:36am

There are may options to help your hardwood floor look new again. It can be as simple as a routine cleaning. The type of finish you have will dictate the clean-up procedures. Many times the dull look on your floor is using the wrong product to clean with or even how clean your mop or cloth is.  Routine cleaning involves sweeping, dust mopping, or vacuuming using the bare floor setting to remove dust and dirt. Clean spills immediately with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Don’t use wet mops or steam mops, which will damage the finish or even the wood over long periods of time.

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