Considering how gorgeous your hardwood floors are, it’s only natural that you would want to keep them looking that way as long as possible. Even as spring and summer move along, there are threats to your flooring you might not be aware of, from hidden and undiscovered leaks to damage by insects such as termites … Continue reading
With the New Year about to begin, you might be thinking about sprucing up your home. Getting a fresh start will probably involve plenty of cleaning – but don’t do any laundry on New Year’s Day! But once that has come and gone, it’s time to start thinking about the condition of your hardwood floors. … Continue reading
Every season brings its own set of hazards. No matter what time of year it is, your hardwood floors are always at risk. Winter especially can ruin your floors, especially if you don’t maintain them. Here are some of winter’s effects on your hardwood flooring.
Installing hardwood floors in rooms with large windows can be a tremendous aesthetic choice. The problem is that the longer your floors are exposed to sunlight, the more likely they are to fade. But that isn’t the only thing that will affect your hardwood. Here are some other reasons your floors aren’t looking their … Continue reading
Your hardwood floors will look beautiful for many years to come. But one problem that can sneak up on you is when the floorboards start to warp. Warping is usually associated with water damage, but heat damage can do it too. Thanks for scorching temperatures in Baltimore as summer wanes, your hardwood could be affected. … Continue reading
Your hardwood floor is a part of your home that has its own personality. Under different conditions, its characteristics change, which can cause creaking, squeaking, and even gaps. If you’ve experienced a similar problem, here are some facts about what causes the gaps in your hardwood floor.
When you choose hardwood flooring for your home, you’re investing. So it stands to reason that you want your hardwood flooring to last. After all, it enhances the beauty of your home. But hardwood flooring will need regular maintenance, and you should always keep that in mind. Keep your hardwood floors looking great by preventing … Continue reading
Which comes first—your pet or your hardwood flooring? Chances are, you answered your pet. However, that doesn’t mean that both can’t coexist! There are many simple ways that you can work to integrate your pets and your hardwood flooring to protect the animal that means most to you and the investment you made in your … Continue reading
Once you are ready to place your hardwood flooring, you want to be sure it is as protected as possible. Besides physical damages, you also want to be sure you guard your gorgeous new floors against other types of damage. One of the sneakiest and most devastating causes of damage to your hardwood flooring comes … Continue reading
Memorial Day is just around the corner, and chances are, there are about to be some great deals for new hardwood flooring. But as the end of May rolls over into June, humidity levels are only going to increase. In this blog, we’ll talk about humidity and hardwood flooring. Protecting the investment you made in … Continue reading