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Living Room With Wood Flooring
“Your new wood floors are beautiful!” your neighbor gushed. “How are you going to keep them that way?” “What do you mean?” “You entertain more than anyone I know. And the holidays are just around the corner.” The expression on your face must have betrayed the panic you felt at that moment because she quickly...
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Boot In The Snow
The winter months are known for pushing our way of life to its limits. Our cars stall, our pipes freeze, our roads crack, even our skin gets dry. These same limits are put to the test when it comes to our hardwood floors. Just like our cars, pipes, roads, and skin require maintenance to ensure...
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Dust Mop Wood Floor
Being a homeowner comes with an array of responsibilities, and over our 40 years of business, we have concluded that one of the largest responsibilities is maintenance. This may seem untrue due to the millions of other responsibilities you have as a homeowner, such as paying the bills, making sure everything is running efficiently and...
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Daves
Do you have a lot of traffic in your household? Are you too busy to keep up with routine maintenance that hardwood flooring requires? Or do you just want your flooring to look newer and better? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we have provided three ways for you to determine when...
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Irving using a floor sander
Individuals with hardwood flooring know that overtime blemishes and scratches from everyday wear and tear, especially in high-traffic environments, are inevitable. However, it becomes tricky determining when your hardwood floors require a sand and finish or a buff and coat. Buff and Coat Why? Every home and business owner knows that hardwood flooring requires a...
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Wood Flooring close up
A very common question we get from customers is “What is the difference between oil and water based finish?” or “What do you recommend?” Well there is isn’t exactly an easy answer. In either case, the polyurethane acts as a protective layer between your hardwood flooring and anything that happens on top of them. Here...
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