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What Happens When You Get Your Wood Flooring Refinished When it comes to restoring the beauty of your hardwood floors, floor sanding and refinishing are essential processes. Homeowners trust Dave’s Floor Sanding to transform worn-out floors into stunning masterpieces in Minnesota and the greater Twin Cities area. If you’re considering floor sanding and refinishing for...
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How Often Should I Have My Wood Floors Sanded? When it comes to hardwood flooring maintenance, the frequency at which sanding is required can vary depending on several factors. Whether you are in Minnesota or any other location, it is essential to consider these factors to determine how often your hardwood floors need sanding. Consistency...
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Protect Your Hardwood Floors From Summer Hardwood floors may be lovely, long-lasting surfaces that warm up the look of any room in a house, but they’re also far from indestructible. This applies especially when certain types of threats reach them, and summer is the time in which several of these can arrive all too easily....
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A Guide For Caring For Hardwood Floors Hardwood flooring maintenance is important and your floors can last longer than just about any part of your house with proper care and regular deep cleaning. At Dave’s Floor Sanding & Installing, we often get asked, “what’s the right floor care for my home’s hardwood floors?” Of course,...
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Why Is My Wood Floor Squeaking?   If you are a homeowner with wood flooring, you may have a spot or two that squeaks.  One that you never fail to walk on when you’re trying to be quiet. A spot that you know will wake up your sleeping child if you step on it wrong....
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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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