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Sand and Finish or Buff and Coat? What do I need? Individuals with hardwood flooring know that over time wear and tear will cause blemishes and scratches on your hardwood flooring, especially in high-traffic environments like hallways and entryways. However, it becomes tricky determining when your hardwood floors require a sand and finish or a...
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pug on wood floor
4 Tips for Hardwood Floors and Pets  Wood flooring is far easier to keep clean than carpeting when you have pets. But there are some things to keep in mind when you have hardwood floors and pets. Hardwood floors are an excellent flooring option for people who own pets. They minimize allergens because, unlike carpeting,...
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Living Room with hardwood floors
Are Hardwood Floors Hard To Maintain?  How do I keep my wood floors looking good? Like many aspects of homeownership, parts of it are hard (pun intended) but worth it. Read on for some basic tips to keeping your hardwood floor in great shape. If you are a new homeowner in the Minnesota area or...
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You have probably heard that a cheap, effective way to clean hardwood floors is with a combination of vinegar and water. In fact, if you do a quick search on the internet, you will find plenty of articles touting the same homebrew for your wood flooring. But following this advice could cause a lot of...
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Hazy Floor
Hazy Hardwood Floors?  Hardwood floors are supposed to have a beauty and radiance that bring out the best in any living space. They’re also long-lasting, easy to clean and maintain, and resistant to stains and spills. However, everything about this floor is perfect until you start seeing haze on the surface. Nobody likes cloudy, hazy...
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bamboo
What Are The Benefits of Bamboo Flooring? People often mistake bamboo flooring for hardwood flooring. They look and feel similar to one another. You can find both in ¾ inch solid planks as well as engineered flooring. But Bamboo isn’t wood at all. It is a type of grass. There is a lot to love...
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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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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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