1 01, 2012

5 Tips for Better Refinishing

2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00

When comparing bids for refinishing, make sure you’re comparing apples to apples. There are lots of shortcuts that a refinisher can take that lowers the bid, but lessens the quality of your job. 1. Ditch the Dust The worst part about refinishing floors is the dust. Make sure to hire someone who has a dustless sanding system. 2.

5 Tips for Better Refinishing2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00
1 01, 2012

Cleaners That Will Kill Your Floors

2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00

Furniture Polish Recoating is a quick and easy way to make your floors look new again. It’s just a light rescreening and new polyurethane, but if you’ve been using furniture polish to clean your floors, you’ll need a heavier screening. Window Cleaner While white vinegar is fine to clean with, the ammonia in window cleaners permanently dulls your finish. Wood Oil

Cleaners That Will Kill Your Floors2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00
1 01, 2012

Increase the Life of Your Hardwood Floors

2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00

With proper care, your hardwood floors should ourlast the life of your home. In fact, some floors installed in homes that are over 200 years old are still stunning today. Follow these simple rules and your floors will age beautifully. 1. Use walk-off rugs In high traffic areas, like entry doors and in front of the sink and refrigerator, always use a

Increase the Life of Your Hardwood Floors2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00
1 01, 2012

How to Choose the Right Wood for You

2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00

FIRST Choose Color Some people prefer very light wood, others a golden warm wood, and still others perfer their floors the darker the better. Narrow your choices first by choosing a color range.   SECOND Choose Texture Some woods like Walnut have very little texture and others like Red Oak have quite a lot. Within the

How to Choose the Right Wood for You2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00
1 01, 2012

Hardwood Floors – the Dangers of do-it-yourself

2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00

There’s nothing that can ruin a good hardwood floor faster than a bad installation and the pain of all that wasted time and money. Laying unfinished solid wood flooring is TOUGH and if you get just one step wrong, the whole project fails. Think that the going is any easier with a prefinished, engineered wood? Not necessarily so. If

Hardwood Floors – the Dangers of do-it-yourself2017-10-27T07:52:31-07:00