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While it can be challenging to get the hardwood floors you’ve been looking for, in the end, it is a rewarding experience. After all, you’ll be able to show off your beautiful new floors just in time for the holidays and amaze all of your guests with how gorgeous they are. But one thing that … Continue reading
From time to time, your hardwood floors are bound to get dinged up. This can be for several reasons, from a summertime party to your pets’ nails being too long. However, moving furniture around can also do a number on your hardwood floors. Let’s take a look at how to protect them.
Oh no! Your beautiful new hardwood has been scratched! Understandably, there are any number of causes for this. And despite the overall toughness and durability of hardwood floors, you should be prepared for whenever scratches and other damages occur. Fortunately, we have this phenomenal guide to help you out. Here’s how you can start removing … Continue reading
Whether this is your first puppy or your first hardwood floor, there is a lot you should know about preventing your dog from scratching up your hardwood floor. Unlike carpet or laminate flooring, your dog’s nails pose the threat of scratching up your hardwood floors by merely walking on them. Even the toughest and most … Continue reading
As much as we love our pets, they can be tough on the floors of our home. From their sharp claws to their little accidents, sometimes our floors are just not pet friendly. But when you don’t want to sacrifice style and resale value to your furry friend, maybe there is a middle ground between … Continue reading
When you first have your hardwood floors installed, your biggest worry will be preventing hardwood scratches. You’ll be afraid of any furniture slip, shoes, or puppy paws; for fear that they will cause permanent damage. Hardwood floors are surprisingly durable though. They can handle a great deal of traffic, and are designed to stand strong … Continue reading
Hardwood flooring is often described as one of the most durable options on the market, but it isn’t invincible. Even the strongest species are likely to experience a scratch or nick over the course of their lengthy lifespan. When you spend a small fortune installing and finishing your perfect hardwood floor, even a tiny and … Continue reading