Posted on 12/6/2021 4:30 AM By UB Hardwoods
Whether you own hardwood or vinyl floors, no doubt you strive to take care of them. You invest in floor refinishing when needed and take great care to mop up spills as they happen. The result is a flooring that stays lovely for years to come—or is it? While all flooring will benefit from conscientious care, the reality is that many homeowners are accidentally damaging their investment without realizing it thanks to a few inconspicuous habits.
Posted on 7/20/2020 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
As the world reels in the wake of the coronavirus, many homeowners are making the most out of the turmoil, buckling down and giving their homes the deep clean they so desperately need. If you’re one of these people, we at UB Hardwoods, as vendors of hardwood flooring and tile and stone flooring, commend you. It isn’t easy to stay on top of things with the current global state of affairs, but by doing so, you’re keeping your family safe, and relieving your stress and giving yourself a much-needed sense of power and autonomy.
Posted on 12/9/2019 1:45 PM By UB Hardwoods
With snow falling all around and holiday music mumbling in the background, a perfect, picturesque winter’s night is the best time to curl up and get cozy. If you’re thinking about replacing your flooring right about now, you’re in luck. With the right flooring type, you could make a cozy winter’s night even cozier! Certain flooring types transmit heat better than others, while others simply feel soft and comfortable underfoot.
Posted on 10/7/2019 2:41 PM By UB Hardwoods
Winter is just around the corner! For almost all Minnesotans, this means buckling down and winterizing the exterior of their homes—from replacing siding and roofs to redoing the weatherproofing on exit doors. Preparing for the season here is no easy task.
Posted on 7/24/2017 4:00 AM By UB Hardwoods
You might be surprised to learn that indoor pollution can be a major cause of allergies. There is not much you can do when it comes to some buildings. Fortunately, though, there are concrete things you can do to help reduce the allergens that are present in your home.