Hardwood Flooring. Wednesday , February 14th , 2018 - 21:35:25 PM
These are simple helpful tips on hardwood flooring maintenance. Although these are do-it-yourself (DIY) options, it is important to pay close attention as if done incorrectly they can damage your floors. Do not attempt any renovation work on your flooring if you don't have the necessary expertise and experience. Where you are in doubt, it is best to contact your manufacturer or seller and they will be able to give you the directions you need. The great thing about hardwood floors is that they are a solid investment and will pay dividends in the long run with only the minimum care and maintenance needed.
The first thing that a person notice when they enter a certain home is the floor. In this regard, it is extremely vital that we maintain our flooring on its best condition. One of the biggest improvements that most household owners do to their flooring is to refinish them. It is also vital that any damage should be repaired back in order to prevent early damage on the hardwood. We can also use absorbent rugs especially in areas where frequent water or liquid spills is always unavoidable. With proper care and maintenance, our hardwood floors will retain their beauty for a long time.
"Solid" hardwood flooring is traditionally cut from a log in an unfinished plank form with tongue and groove milled on all sides. Ranging from 5/16" to ¾" in thickness, "solid" floors are typically available in various widths and lengths. Due to the sensitivity of natural "solid" hardwood from humidity and moisture, natural solid wood floors are normally installed at or above ground level. The natural beauty of wood grains found in solid hardwoods is both appealing and alluring with finishes that may be completed upon installation in the home or factory finished with a pre-determined choice of unlimited finishes to select from.
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