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Wood or Laminate Flooring?
Wood Flooring and. Laminate Flooring, What are the key differences? Most people find the beauty and lifespan of hardwood alluring. Hardwood floors are made from harvested trees. They are solid wood planks that create the foundation of your room. Laminate floors are made from composite wood that is pressed together at high temperatures. Then the...
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Wood Floor
Relative Humidity Can Affect Wood Floors. Wood floor manufacturers recommend keeping the relative humidity level in your home between 35% and 55%. At the same time, Window manufacturers recommend keeping the relative humidity level (RH) under 30%, especially in the winter month in northern climates like Minnesota. The ideal relative humidity based on the temperature...
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Flooring Contractor At Work
Cupping, crowning, buckling, and peaking are used to describe warping and damage caused to both wood floors and engineered hardwood floors due to moisture or changes in humidity. It’s essential to keep these changes in mind during installation. Cupping When excess moisture saturates the underside of your floorboards, a typical result is cupping. The sides...
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Shoes On Wood Flooring
Most people in Minnesota remove their shoes when they enter a home. This is because we know that whether it is snowing, raining, or beach weather, our shoes are guaranteed to make a mess out of the floor. Here are some great reasons why you should remove your shoes if you want your hardwood floors...
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Area rug and wood floor
Area rugs offer a beautiful, easy way to protect your hardwood floors, especially in high-traffic areas. There are also some caveats that homeowners should know to keep their floors looking as beautiful as the day they were first installed. Okay, that may be a tall order, but you can certainly keep them in tip-top shape....
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Woman Sneezing in Home Office
Many people suffer from allergies. There are a lot of reasons why someone would install hardwood flooring in their home. They are beautiful, easy to clean, and never go out of style. But there is another reason to love wood flooring. It’s much healthier—especially if you are one of the 20 million adults and 6.1...
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Wood Work Table With Copy Space
The beauty of hardwood floors is undeniable. Plus, hardwood floors have the benefits of being a better choice for people with allergies, durability, and easy maintenance. Because of this, it would be tempting to install hardwood floors throughout your home–including in your basement. Unfortunately, if your basement floor is below grade (beneath ground level), hardwood...
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Kitchen with Wood Floors
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to hardwood floors, you are not alone. Over the years, hardwood flooring has become increasingly popular among homeowners, easily making its way to the #1 preferences for flooring for the last two years. As technological advances increase the options and benefits of hardwood, it is safe to say that...
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Boy Sitting On Wooden Floor In The Sun
There are few things as beautiful as sunlight streaming through a window onto hardwood floors. Unfortunately, over time, this same sunlight can also damage your lovely hardwood. Wood is a photosensitive material. Depending on which wood your floors are made of, sunlight can cause them to darken or fade. You may not notice the effects...
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Teenage Girls Are Singing And Playing Guitars
It seems that everything is being affected by COVID-19, even your flooring. Have no fear, we are still here to serve your family’s flooring needs. We would also like to address a common question that customers have about their floors. Whether it’s COVID-19, the seasonal flu, or the common cold, it’s important to protect you...
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