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Woman Cleaning A dull wood Floor.
What Do I Do About Dull Wood Floors? Nobody likes having dull wood floors. Hardwood floors bring out the best in your home, citing their appeal and functionality. These perks make hardwood flooring a significant investment in the house. Keeping them in the best condition allows you to enjoy shiny floors for many years. Over...
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Wood Floor Kitchen
Can You Put Hardwood Floors In A Kitchen? Wood has long been the domain of the rich and famous. However, it does add value to a home and is almost always preferable to vinyl or linoleum. Moreover, hardwood floors are not only a sign of luxury, but they also can make an ordinary kitchen look...
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winter salt and snow on wood floor
Salt and Snow On Hardwood Floors   Salt and snow in the winter are just part of life in the midwest. Whether you have wood floors in your home, business, or both we can give you some tips on how to protect them this winter.   We are not strangers to winter’s toll on our...
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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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Multi Colored Area Rug On Wood Floor
Should My Home’s Floors Match? We get this question all the time. Should your home have the same flooring throughout? What if you want different flooring in your kitchen, but you have an open floorplan? If you have beautiful hardwoods in one part of your home and are now doing the rest of the rooms,...
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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 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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