Solid and Engineered Hardwood
Wood floors add natural beauty and timeless style to any home. Your home is your single largest investment. Whether you've lived there for years or weeks, the money you spend to improve it is an investment. So are wood floors. Homes with wood floors sell faster and for more money than homes without them. Real estate agents indicate that identical homes with wood floors can sell for up to 10 percent more. When maintained properly, wood floors can last hundreds of years, providing a great long-term value.
There are two types of wood — solid and engineered. Both increase the value and structure of your home and are available in plenty of species, stains and styles. Solid hardwood is the gold standard in flooring, and it's usually more costly board for board. Engineered wood is less expensive with the exception of premium collections that have a thicker hardwood top layer.
100% solid wood floors are the first word in luxury. Hardwood flooring adds value and can last for many years when cared for properly. Choose from a variety of stains, plank sizes, species, and finishes.
Engineered hardwood looks like solid wood floors and is stronger than Solid wood and is less likely to expand or shrink from humidity changes. Available in a variety of stains, plank sizes, species, and finishes.
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Hardwood Maintenance and Problem Prevention
Proper wood floor maintenance is essential to keep wood floors looking beautiful and performing for the lifetime of the floor. Proper maintenance enhances the performance, prolongs the life of the floor and protect your investment.
Routine cleaning involves sweeping, dust mopping, or vacuuming using the bare floor setting to remove dust and dirt. Use a cleaner made specifically for the finish on the floor to clean spills immediately with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Don’t use wet mops or steam mops, which will damage the finish or even the wood over long periods of time.
Daily: Sweep or dust the floor
Weekly: Vacuum using the bare floor setting
Monthly: Clean with recommended wood flooring cleaner
Every 3-5 Years: Maintenance coat (new coat of finish)
Every Few Decades: Sand and refinish
Over time, when your wood floors start to look a little dull, they can be renewed through re-coating. This involves applying new finish to renew luster. To keep wood floors looking and performing well for generations, follow our recommended guidelines. Individual maintenance schedules will vary depending on use, wear and tear, and lifestyle.
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