Flooding or excess water all over your hardwood flooring in your home? Don't worry, we've created a complete guide on water damage.
When you invest in hardwood floors, choosing an area rug to go over them can be difficult. You want to make sure you aren't going to damage your hardwood floors and be able to add to their beauty. To help you out we've created a list of things to consider when getting a new rug, from rug pads, to color and material.
Getting new hardwood floors can sometimes be a daunting task. You want to pick a species that fits the aesthetic of your home, but you also want to make an educated choice. Well at Plus Hardwood Flooring, we are here to help. Keep reading to learn more about different domestic species and their durability so you can be prepared when making hardwood flooring decisions in the future.
With so many flooring options available today, it can be confusing to settle on a choice for your flooring and hardwood can seem like an expensive option. However, hardwood flooring still remains the most popular choice; as well as being the best for a safe and clean space with relatively low maintenance.
Most hardwood can last you a very long time, but there will come a day when it will be time for fresh new hardwood. It can be a large expense depending on what needs to be done, but sometimes the longer you wait, the more expensive it can be. So, the question is, how do you know when its time for new flooring?
So, you just got your new hardwood flooring installed and it looks beautiful. You see it every day, but now it’s time to clean it and you’re not sure where to start. You get out the trusty mop and bucket and start filling it to wet mop your floors, but what you don’t know is that this is actually one of the worst things you can do when cleaning your hardwood floors. So what now? Where do you start?
Winter brings many things; holidays, loved ones visiting from out of town, happiness, beautiful snowy landscapes and peaceful moments, but it also bring with it the bitter cold. If you have hardwood floors this could also mean winter brings damage to your beautiful floors. Read on to find tips to make sure your floor stays in tip-top shape this winter.