Care and maintenance

       Typically when a homeowner has their new floors freshly installed or refinished, they are all looking to keep them perfectly shiny and without scratches and scuff marks. Unfortunately, as time goes by, normal traffic will wear your floors and scratch marks are inevi...

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Why hardwood floors

#1 Hardwoods are easier and need less chemicals to clean. Many think that carpet or tiles are easier to clean.  That simply isn't so.  With a simple mop and the occasional non-aerosol spray the task is done in less than half the time required to vacuum, scrub, or shampoo...

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When sanding a refinishing your floors, be sure to take in consideration the dust factor. Ask your  hardwood flooring refinisher, as if they use a dustless sanding system and whether they charge you extra for using it or not. Our company uses a Dustless Sanding System which eli...

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Flooring Hardness

  There are many types of hardwood floors available.  Many homeowners look to install hard, durable flooring in the home.  Fir, pine and bamboo flooring are typically categorized as a softer floor type and Cumaru, Brazillian walnut and Brazillian cherry are categorized as a ha...

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Engineered vs Solid

Engineered floors are good for those do-it-yourself customers.  Engineered flooring works well on basement/concrete flooring or those who wish to install radiant floor heating underneath their floors. Engineered floors cannot be refinished, although there are some who argue...

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Prefinished vs Unfinished

There are advantages and disadvantages to both prefinished hardwood floors and unfinished hardwood floors.  As a homeowner, you should go over the options with your hardwood flooring installer and decide what is important for you and which would work best in your home. Prefini...

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