Protecting Hardwood Flooring
Part of keeping your house clean involves taking the time to clean your hardwood flooring. This involves moving rugs aside and shifting the furniture so that it doesn’t get in the way. You will also probably need to have your kids and pets play outside so that they don’t slow down the process, either. Here … Continue reading
Whenever you have your hardwood floors refinished, you probably start wondering how to make it last longer. The change of seasons can be a rough time for all of the floors in your home. It will only feel like spring will be around for a few minutes before summer rolls in, but here are some … Continue reading
Moving furniture around can be risky on your hardwood floors. Not only can you slip and fall if it is wet, but you might leave scratches, gouges, and other dings on your floor. Don’t let that happen to you. Instead, consider the different types of floor protection you can use for your hardwood.
Let’s say you recently replaced your hardwood floors. You’re even more careful to avoid damaging it now. That said, there are still several factors that can affect the integrity of your hardwood flooring. Here is a look at what they are.
Wood floors provide an elegant touch to your home. Carpet can easily stain and grow discolored, even if it is easier to walk around on. However, when your home features wood floors, you need to do everything you can to protect them.
You might not think that the East Coast where you live is as humid as say, Hong Kong or Taiwan. But just because you aren’t living in what feels like a soup bowl, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to deal with humidity. Humidity and moisture cause a variety of strange problems with your hardwood … Continue reading
May is a great time to both buy a new home and start the moving process. But whether you’re moving out of your old apartment and into a new townhouse, you need to keep your hardwood floors safe. Here’s what you can do.
Do you own an energetic, mischievous puppy? What about a curious, but slightly older dog? Either way, you need to make sure your hardwood flooring can withstand whatever your furry pal gets up to whenever you’re not home. Even cats can damage your floors, although you might not realize it. Here is some advice for … Continue reading
Now that we’re well into April, you might not be surprised to see rain in the forecast. All of the rain that’s bound to fall is great for your garden and your landscape, but it’s not so good when you come back inside and track mud and water all over your home’s hardwood floors. So what … Continue reading
March is almost over. Even though the vernal equinox has come and gone, it still doesn’t feel like spring has officially started. That might have something to do with all the snow on the ground. After you’ve spent hours digging your car out from under the piles of snow, your shoes might be covered in … Continue reading