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Floor Remodel

5 Considerations When Choosing Hardwood Stain

Installing new hardwood floors is a big decision. There are a variety of choices, colors, and styles to choose from. Let UB Hardwoods help you do the job!

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What To Do If Floors Suffer Water Damage

With all the hurricanes hitting the United States, this reminds us all that it is important to know what to do if your home experiences water damage from flooding. These same techniques apply to water damage caused by other things such as broken water pipes or leaky water heaters. Here are the things to do to minimize water damage and get your flooring back to a good condition.

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UB Hardwoods & Flooring Receives Prestigious"40 Under 40" Recognition!

Hardwood Floors magazine is proud to recognize 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the wood flooring industry.

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Using Tile to Bridge the Divide Between Indoors and Out

Today's homeowners are spending more time than ever outside their homes in pursuit of rest, relaxation and good times. As the line between the indoors and out continues to blur as kitchen move outdoors and summer parties easily migrate from the deck to the patio and inside the home, here are a few ways you can use tile to bridge the ever decreasing divide.

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4 Ideas for Updating Your Bathroom Without Busting Your Budget

Along with the kitchen, the bathroom is one of the most common rooms of a house that is slated for updating or remodeling. If you've been putting off tackling your bathroom because you're concerned about staying within budget, here are some creative ideas for doing just that.

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The Advantages of Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Traditional hardwood flooring is exceptional in its quality, durability, and beauty. That being said, there is another option to consider, engineered hardwood flooring. Engineered hardwood flooring has two layers and are fused together permanently. The foundation (bottom) layer is a stable wooden core, and the top layer is hardwood. Engineered hardwood flooring is designed to resist expansion and contraction from changes in temperature and/or moisture.

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Creating a New Look with Hardwood Floor

Whether you’re complementing a new kitchen set, rearranging the living room or are removing the carpet, hardwood flooring is an awesome home addition. A floor remodel is a valuable project, and it can revitalize your home for the new year. If you’re considering a floor replacement, check out the great benefits below. UB Hardwoods is here to help, and it’s already making an impact across many homes.

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Which Type of Hardwood Should I Choose For My Dining Room?

Your dining room has a special place in your heart. Your family gathers there for dinner, you have friends come over for gatherings, and your extended family takes their places around the table on major holidays. When you consider flooring for your dining room, you need something that truly speaks to its importance.

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4 Flooring Types that will Stand up to Small Children

Whether you’re doing a full remodel or just trying to spruce up a dated room, new flooring is a great way to breathe new life into your home. But when you have kids, it is important to know what flooring types will hold up best and to keep installation practices in mind.

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Changing the Color of Your Hardwood Floors

Changing the color of hardwood floors doesn't require a complete replacement. In fact, one of the major benefits of hardwood flooring is that it can be resurfaced, refinished, and re-colored at any time. Hardwood floors can either be taken a darker color or a lighter color, depending on the wood itself, but the process always begins the same way: by removing the existing finish.

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