Posted on 6/28/2022 4:09 AM By UB Hardwoods
Hardwood floors and wood floors alike are known for their extreme durability and longevity. There have been cases of hardwood lasting for more than a lifetime. However, their longevity depends on the type of wood used and proper maintenance on the part of the owner. Regardless, wood floors tend to be the longest-lasting flooring type out there, sometimes outlasting the original owner’s time in their homes.
Posted on 4/4/2022 4:33 AM By UB Hardwoods
The beauty of solid wood floors—aside from their obviously kingly appearance, of course—is that they can be refinished. Refinishing, as we covered in our flooring blog on the subject, can make a worn-out piece of hardwood flooring look like new again, not to mention up your home’s value and increasing the longevity of the material.
Posted on 11/23/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you’re in the market for new flooring, you’ve no doubt got countless options at your disposal when it comes to flooring installation pros and flooring vendors. It’s a big field indeed, especially when you consider all the flooring types available, such as hardwood floor and vinyl floor. No wonder so many professionals are needed!
Posted on 11/9/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you’ve made the decision to welcome new floors into your household, whatever the type, UB Hardwoods of Plymouth would like to say congratulations. Your purchase will bring you and your family joy for years, in addition to wowing visitors and upping the resale value of your home. So give yourself a pat on the back for making a smart investment from multiple standpoints. Go you!
Posted on 9/7/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Home improvement remodeling shows are more popular than ever these days. In the span of one short episode, a remodeling team can completely transform a home, making the process look practically effortless. But in reality, renovations can be time-consuming and often pose unique and unforeseen challenges.
Posted on 8/10/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
If you’ve recently purchased new flooring, it’s only natural to be thinking about the next steps. After all, you want your gorgeous new investment put down as quickly as possible. Why delay? Indeed, putting flooring down is what follows your purchase, but it’s not as straightforward as it looks! Just as there are many flooring options, there are many kinds of installation methods, many of which prove nearly impossible for the layperson to accomplish on their own. Always get professional help for any flooring process, whether the project is big or small.
Posted on 5/25/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring, carpet – whatever it is, you’ve finally settled on a flooring type, color, and style, and you’re ready to start renovations. That’s great! UB Hardwoods would like to congratulate you on how far you’ve come. Flooring renovation can be a complicated process, especially if multiple parties have to be on board. It’s time to take a deep breath and give yourself a pat on the back!
Posted on 3/23/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
You’ve done your research. You’ve considered your options. It’s official: you’re sold on wood floors. Whether it’s the feel of wood underfoot or the longevity and durability of the flooring type that appeals to you, we at UB Hardwoods commend your choice. With the proper floor care, you’ll be beyond satisfied with your new hardwood floor.
Posted on 12/23/2019 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
Winter is finally here! Frozen streets and holiday cheer abound. If you’ve done a proper winterization of your home, your flooring should keep going strong throughout these colder months, be it hardwood flooring, vinyl flooring, or even stone and carpet.
Posted on 7/9/2018 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
There are two types of stains to consider when thinking about new hardwood flooring for your home. One type of wood stain creates beautiful color for the flooring, whereas the other type of stain (the less desirable) is unintentional and caused by spills or water-leak problems that can create an unwanted colored spot or blemish on the flooring.
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