In the world of hardwood floor contractors, Rubio Monocoat is a buzzword that is thrown around a lot these days. A Rubio Monocoat floor is comprised of a hardwood floor oil finish that has unique visual and durability properties. Created through applying a special blend of natural oils and waxes that bond to the wood from the inside, Rubio Monocoat floors form a watertight coating that is very durable. The color choices are incredible as well with 40+ inter-mixable colors; there are many mixes available to make virtually any look you can dream up possible.
Hardwood flooring, while durable, still wears from years of heavy use. There comes a time when every homeowner with hardwood must make an important decision: to refinish or replace their hardwood floors. Keep reading to discover the pros and cons to each, and what to look out for when choosing hardwood floor refinishing contractors.
When it comes to Chicago hardwood flooring, Plus Hardwood Flooring knows best! That means we know where wood floors will work best, and what types of wood flooring you should have in different areas of your home. Learn about strip flooring, plank flooring, and parquet flooring today.
It’s January! Time to reflect on 2018, specifically the work of one of your favorite flooring companies in Chicago. Plus Hardwood Flooring has done some amazing projects this past year, ranging from installation to sanding and finishing.
Wondering if you should install prefinished hardwood for the ease? Or pick unfinished hardwood for the beauty? You should love the floors you put in your home, so learn more about your flooring options.
It’s important to know all the possible ways you might be ruining your hardwood floors so you’re prepared to fend against any dent or scuff mark. So, let’s dive in and explore the ways you might be ruining your floors without even knowing it, and how to prevent it in the future.
When getting new floors installed or doing maintenance to your current ones, don't let sheen level be an after thought. You consider so many factors and it's important to be educated on the different sheens and the results your floors will have due to them.
No one enjoys cracks in their hardwood floors, but there is a solution to make them look good as new. Learn more about trowel filling and how it can make your floors look neat and tidy again in no time.
Hardwood flooring is a must have when improving your home. Even though it is such a staple, challenges can arise while getting new floors installed as well as decorating your space. Here’s how to seamlessly integrate your new hardwood floors into the decor and ensemble of your existing home.
It’s summer! That means days at the beach, bonfires at night, and more hours of sunshine everyday. With the joy and brightness of summer it can be easy to forget how these changing conditions can affect your hardwood.
Graduation parties are right around the corner! Don’t let the potential headache of keeping your hardwood floors clean hold you back from hosting one. We’ve come up with two ways to ditch the mess, in order to make sure you enjoy your party instead of stressing during it.
Finding it hard to choose between dark or light floors for a current room redesign. Not sure which will be more practical? Or look better in your space? Here is what you need to know about dark and light hardwood flooring.
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.
Spring is right around the corner, and with that comes continuous rainy days. The last thing you want to do is ruin your hardwood floors. Keep reading to find out three easy things you can do to keep your hardwood floors safe when it's raining cats and dogs.
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.