Posts Tagged ‘hardwood’

Your Wood Floor Cleaning Schedule

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

You know what they say about habits. It’s hard to get into them, but once you get into a rhythm, it’s hard to break it. That’s why now is a great time to try to get into the habit of wood floor cleaning on a regular basis. Making a cleaning schedule for your wood floors is the best way to get yourself into habit of regular cleaning. In this week’s blog, we’ll talk about the ideal wood floor cleaning schedule, as well as a few important cleaning tips.

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Subfloor Damage

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

Subfloor may not be in your mind often, since it is under your visible wood floor. When something seems off about your wood floors, though, it might not be the floor itself, but the subfloor. This isn’t very common, but if it does happen it can be a huge problem. The subfloor supports both the wood floor above it, but also everything in the room (including yourself). If there is an issue with your subfloor, it’s important to have the problem addressed ASAP.

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The History of Parquet Flooring

Monday, May 15th, 2017

Parquet flooring is the perfect way for hardwood floors to stand out. This type of pattern consists of a geometric mosaic of wood. This hardwood floor pattern has an interesting history, which could make any homeowner consider it for their home!

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Different Hardwood Floor Patterns

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

You know you want hardwood floors, you know what species or color your want, but have you considered the flooring patter? Below, we give you some common options for homeowners. Each will uniquely give your home a beautiful atmosphere.

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All About Light Hardwood

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

When buying hardwood floors, it’s important to keep in mind that their styles are always changing and evolving. The most important aspect of your floor is the color, since it sets the tone for your home. Colors are not a one size fits all, and what works for another homeowner might not work for you. Signature Hardwood Floors has many colors to choose from, but for right now, we will narrow our talk to light hardwood floors.

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What Are The Best Rug Pads For Hardwood Floors?

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Rugs are hardwood floor’s best friend. If you are thinking about getting an area rug for your home, then you will need a suitable rug pad as well. Unfortunately, it can be difficult finding a rug pad that is compatible with your hardwood floors, and we’re here to help!

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Why Can’t I Install Hardwood Floors Myself?

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

Although some may think hardwood floor installation is easy, it is not. It is an extremely complicated process, and in certain instances, it can add an extra layer of difficulty. Here are a few reasons why we are against installing hardwood floors yourselves.

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Questions That May Be Asked When Buying Hardwood Floors    

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Most people who are interested in hardwood floors may not know what they want. This is no problem at all! If you are interested in hardwood floors, you’ve probably realized that it’s an investment worth making, but only when you find the perfect floor. Here are some questions you may be asked and are important in determining what hardwood floor is perfect for your home.new house

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All About Wood Floor Cupping

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Wood floor cupping is when the sides of hardwood floors are higher up than the center of the boards. This produces a concave-like look on the floor. The issue comes from moisture content changes.

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How to Stop Hardwood Floors From Fading?

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

An important thing to always remember is that hardwood floors are natural. Anything natural will eventually undergo changes. For hardwood floors, the change comes in the color of the wood. The two important factors that case the change are:

  1. Exposure to sunlight
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