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We have talked about how to save for your hardwood floors and how to choose new ones for your home. But what about things you shouldn’t do to your hardwood floors? Well, settle in because these are 10 things you should never do to your hardwood floors.
While the hard work may seem over when your hardwood flooring is installed, if you don’t properly care for it, your floors will eventually fade and lose the luster they once had. How can you stop the sun from ruining your investment? Here are five ways to stop the fading.
Whether you are knew owners of hardwood flooring or just need a refresher on the best ways to clean your flooring, there is something everyone can learn about caring for this flooring. How do you get rid of stains on your hardwood floors? Well, let’s go over some basic floor cleaning tips!
Summers are full of vacations and road trips. But after all of your planning, accidents happen when you least expect them. While you are away, your home could flood from a sudden rain storm, a burst pipe, or the neighbor watching your house could have left a faucet running. So how do you clean your … Continue reading
One of the most popular conventions in a new home these days is a hardwood floor. While beautiful and able to add character to your home, they can also be easily scuffed and scratched. The last thing you want is to discover is nicks and marks all over your floors because your furniture moved … Continue reading
Over time, even the best hardwood floor undergoes a lot of wear and tear. And without regular maintenance, your hardwood flooring may begin to show its age, displaying fading, cracks, scratches, scuffs, and more. When this happens, what are your options? Give up and have a new floor installed. Rely on professional Hardwood Floor Re-finishing … Continue reading
When it comes to your hardwood floors, there are definitely a few things to watch out for, notably spills and sun exposure. The two can cause fairly serious damage to your hardwood flooring, damage that may not be easily reversed. Spills: When cleaned up in a timely manner, spills are not a big deal, especially … Continue reading