What Is The NWFA?

Hardwood flooring is just like any other industry in that there are good and bad actors. Most professionals will be honest with you about their work, but occasionally there is a bad actor that is going to make it difficult for the customer to know if they are getting the short end of the straw. This is where the National Wood Flooring Association comes into play. The NWFA serves as a great resource for anyone to use if they want to educate themselves about hardwood floors.

"They've got a lot of great little tips and tricks that we haven't covered here yet."

If you ever have a technical question or a dispute with a flooring professional, the great people at the NWFA can help make sense out of a situation. They've got a lot of great little tips and tricks that we haven't covered here yet. We particularly enjoyed their "Top 10 hardwood Flooring Myths".

  Source . The NWFA know their stuff.

Source. The NWFA know their stuff.

It's terrific to have a resource as thorough and professional as the NWFA so that we can better communicate with our potential clients. We use a lot of the communication pieces that The NWFA offers when we talk to our clients simply because a lot of their explanations are very down to earth. For example, we like to let our customers know what to expect ahead of time so there are no surprises. You can find what The NWFA says about that here.

"The NWFA is a fantastic resource for any hardwood flooring question you have."

All in all, The NWFA is a fantastic resource for any hardwood flooring question you have. They are an industry standard that can help fill in the gaps when something comes up that isn't immediately understandable or obvious. We do our best as professionals to help our clients understand why certain things happen. There is sometimes a misunderstanding when something goes wrong with a  project. It's rare, but thing go wrong. It's a comforting feeling knowing that we have The NWFA to back us up if we need them. We like to think of them as an expert witness that can be called upon when things get a little frazzled.