What to Do if Your Wood Floor Gets Damaged-Part II

Can you spot the warning signs? Last week, we talked about gaps. So first check for cracks or separations between the wood planks. Buckling The most serious problem due to moisture is buckling. This happens when your wood floor actually separates from the sub-floor,...

What to Do if Your Wood Floor Gets Damaged Part I

Are gaps and cracks in wood floors a sign of trouble? On humid summer days, wood expands. During dry fall and winter days, it contracts. It’s a natural process, no matter what kind of wood you have, or the age of the wood. To ensure a wood floor that lasts 40 years or...

6 Most Recommended Tips to Keep Your Floors Like New

You’ve heard about having your hardwood floors sanded and refinished, but did you know your floor can last decades without needing to be refinished or needing a new coat of varnish? If you follow these simple tips, you can keep your floor looking like it was just...