A few tips to keeping your hardwood floors looking amazing.

January 15, 2016

Care and maintenance is important for every species of hardwood floors. With proper care you can keep your hardwood floor color and shine looking beautiful. Let’s talk about the ways you can start. Dry & Wet-Tack Cloth Cleaning Methods for Hardwood Floors It’s important to dry tack your hardwood floors daily, if you have foot […]

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Water-based vs Oil-based

What’s the difference between oil and water-borne finishes?

December 15, 2015

Oil-modified polyurethanes have been the go-to finish for hardwood floors for decades, waterborne finishes have caught up in a big way but are not quite there yet. The greatest advantage of an oil-based polyurethane is how easily it adds a deep warmth to all woods. For beauty and protection, especially for pets we will recommend […]

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Unfinished hardwood floors

Advantages of Unfinished Hardwood Floors

November 15, 2015

Unfinished hardwood floors are an excellent choice when it comes to wood flooring. It does take time and effort to install and finish wood floors on-site, but the result is highly rewarding. It enables a greater range of flooring options with multiple colors, stains, finishes, and styles. The two main reasons why finishes are applied […]

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Dustless Wood Refinishing

DIY Floor Refinishing

October 15, 2015

Floor refinishing is labor-intensive, messy, and loud. Be sure to have top-quality dust masks or a respirator, eye protection, and ear protection. Use plastic sheeting to seal doorways and keep dust out of the rest of your house. Buffing the Floor For buffing a worn topcoat, you’ll need to rent a buffer and buy a […]

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Brand new hardwood floors

The advantages of hardwood floors

September 15, 2015

Hardwood floors have two big advantages over other types of flooring: They’re a timeless mix of beauty and durability that pair with any design. If your hardwood floors get worn and scuffed, chances are good you won’t have to replace them; you can simply refinish them. We say “simply” with a word of caution, though. […]

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