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How to Properly Clean your Real Hardwood floors

Hardwood floors can be a beautiful addition to any home, but there are some maintenance challenges of which to be aware. Like tile and other solid surfaces, hardwood floors are typically more sanitary than carpet, but they still need to be cleaned properly.

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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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Preventing Furniture Damage on Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors can be a significant investment. In order to keep them looking brand new, homeowners need to avoid scuffs, scratches, and dings. That can be very difficult when managing heavier or larger pieces of furniture. Homeowners need to be proactive about the care of their hardwood floors if they want them to last a long time.


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Fixing With Flooring: How to Install Flooring for Awkward Rooms

There are some rooms that can seem to resist attempts at renovation. They may feel small or unpleasant or simply be oddly shaped. But a lot of these structural issues can be adjusted through careful design. Flooring is one of the major aspects of a home -- and one of the easiest ways to correct the appearance of a room.

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Flooring Installation Options for Uneven Floors

Sometimes environments are less than ideal. There are many homes that may have uneven floors, whether it's because of the passage of time or because of flooring that has been removed. Uneven floors still have a lot of options, but there are some flooring types that may not be advisable.

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Why Installing Hardwood Flooring is a Better Deal than Carpet

First, we need to put this in proper perspective. We can install some of the most beautiful carpet in your home that creates a stunning look. Many of our clients like vinyl flooring installed in the kitchen, carpet for the living room, and hardwood flooring in the dining room or other rooms. We are happy to do that.

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Top Three Pet-Friendly Hardwood Floors

While it’s nice having your dog or cat in the house, your favorite pet can wreak havoc on your floors creating stains, scratches and other hard to fix blemishes. Fortunately, there are floorings options that can withstand all the abuse your animals can meddle out. This includes durable hardwood floors, tile and concrete. Each of these options has its own advantages.

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How to Decide Between Carpet and Hardwood Flooring For Your Home

You want to put in new flooring in your home, but you aren't sure whether you want hardwood or carpet. You have a distinct set of advantages to both, so you need to carefully consider how you feel about a few key areas when you're making your selection. 

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How to Avoid Scuffs and Scratches on Your New Hardwood Floors

You picked out the most marvelous hardwood flooring and you're thrilled once it's installed. Once the excitement wears off, the worry sets in. How can you keep it in a pristine condition? Is it the end of the world if you end up scuffing or scratching it? Life happens and you can't always avoid damaging the floor in your day to day activities. However, you can take several preventative measures to reduce the potential for scuffs and scratches in your hardwood flooring. 

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