hardwood flooring education

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Are Wood Floors Bad for Dogs?

You’ve probably seen funny videos of dogs sliding around on hardwood floors, but how safe are they for your pup? You may even be asking yourself, “Are wood floors bad for dogs?” Luckily, the answer is no, wood floors are

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What is Engineered Hardwood vs. Solid Hardwood?

Engineered hardwood and solid hardwood are two different types of wood flooring that have distinct advantages over one another. As a homeowner, it’s important to understand the difference between engineered hardwood and solid hardwood. That way you can make an

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How to Apply Polyurethane Without Bubbles

Nothing takes your wood floors to the next level quite like beautiful wood flooring finishes. However, be warned, applying polyurethane takes a lot of skill and patience. And if you mess things up, you could end up with unsightly bubbles

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Should I Stain My Hardwood Floors?

To stain or not to stain — that’s the question! There’s nothing more beautiful about a home than a gleaming hardwood floor. But should you keep your floors au natural, or give in to the temptation of a little color?

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How Often Do Hardwood Floors Need to Be Refinished

With proper maintenance, hardwood floors can last a lifetime. Even neglected hardwood floors in old homes can often be refurbished to look like new. Regular cleanings and protecting your floor with doormats are great ways to preserve your hardwood floors,

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