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7 Ways You May Be Ruining Your Wood Floors

Floor Floor We Restore

The part of our home that we are most likely to take for granted is the floor. While wood floors provide warmth and beauty to any house, they also require proper care to remain in shape. Some common mistakes can severely curtail the lifespan of hardwood floors and cost you heavy. Make sure you are not making the following mistakes that could ruin your wood floors.

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How to Stain a Hardwood Floor in 5 Steps

Houston Restore Hardwood Floor

Step 1: Remove Carpeting

If you live in an older house that has carpeting over the hardwood floor, you will of course need to remove the carpeting first. Removing the carpeting & padding is easy – it pulls right up and off the tack strips. You can pull up a few feet at a time, and slice off chunks with a carpet cutter, then haul each roll outside. We were amazed at the amount of dirt & sand that had accumulated under the carpeting.

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9 Tips for Your Next Flooring Project

Hardwood Floor Restore In Houston

When it comes to your next flooring project, there are several helpful tips you can use to ensure the result is something you are proud of. Whether you plan on doing the work yourself or hiring a professional, keep these following flooring projects tips in mind. Here are several things you have to take into consideration when starting this type of project.

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What is The Hardest Hardwood Available For Home Flooring?

Hardwood Floor Installation

This is a question that frequently arises with homeowners who are wishing to install harder and more durable flooring in their home. Because hardwood flooring is considered by many to be one of the most popular upgrades in a modern residential home it is good to know which woods are indeed the hardest. Without becoming too technical, a hardness test known as Janka is often used to determine the hardness of wood. This is an important test because it helps to determine how well wood will resist wear, tear and denting.

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Engineered Hardwood vs. Solid Hardwood Flooring: Which to Choose?

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Which will it be: solid hardwood flooring or engineered wood flooring? Wood floor manufacturers once styled engineered wood flooring as a reasonable, but not entirely adequate, substitute for 100% hardwood flooring. Solid hardwood was viewed by consumers and even some makers as still being the one and only true wood flooring, with engineered a pale stand-in. Now, the tide has shifted. Engineered wood comprises a majority share of the wood floor market, and the two types of flooring are often mentioned in the same breath.

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