8 Best Mop For Engineered Hardwood Floors

Mops are a must-have in every home. To rid your floor of dust, dirt and stain there is the need to mop regularly. Your floor type and family size can influence the frequency of your mopping sessions. For example, a ceramic floor may require more frequent use than an engineered hardwood floor.  There are also … Read more

How To Strengthen Floor Joists From Beneath

Floor joists form the skeletal framework of most floors not directly attached to a concrete subfloor. They provide support for the floors. They give floors the strength to withstand the pressure of human, animal, and other inanimate objects exerted on the floor.  Oftentimes, floor joists are like a legged wooden slab extending throughout the room. … Read more

What Color Of Hardwood Is Best For Resale?

We all want our homes to go for the best prices when we think of a resale. Your home’s flooring is one thing buyers will notice and consider during the bargain. Hence, the need to have your hardwood flooring at its best, both in quality and in color. So, today we will look at some … Read more

How To Remove Carpet Glue From Wood Floor

Detaching your old carpet from the floor can be tough and getting the glue off the wood is no child’s play either. Wood floorings are beautiful, they give your home an extra classic outlook. You can leave your wood floor bare after getting the old carpet off. This is why understanding how to go about … Read more

Is It Better To Glue Or Float An Engineered Wood Floor?

Figuring out the best way to install your engineered wood floor can be tricky. Thus causing the glue or float question a frequently asked one when installing an engineered wood floor. Having insight on what it means to have your wood floor glued or left floating and knowing the ups and downs of each installation … Read more

Red Oak Vs White Oak Flooring

Oak flooring is one of the best types of hardwood to get. It is both popular and very affordable for customers. Also, it serves well as a practical option for homeowners. The floors when well-made with a proper finish, can last long. An oak flooring can last up to fifty years depending on how it … Read more

Disadvantages of Hickory Flooring

The emergence of the twenty-first century has brought about an upgrade in the tastes and values of people. The use of wooden floors happens to be one of these upgrades in taste. Hardwood floors have become very valuable in today‚Äôs society and hickory is one of the most famous options available. Hickory, very common in … Read more

How To Rehydrate Wood Floors

The floor is an important part of the building. It has to be able to support the weight of any number of users at a time. And while serving its main function, it must remain of aesthetic value. This may be difficult, due to the constant wear and tear as a result of continuous usage … Read more

How to Clean Hardwood Floors with Bona

Floors are prone to dirt and grime over time. Daily traffic, frequent spills, scratches and pulls, mishaps, or contribute to this. The Hardwood floor is not left out in this and needs to be cleaned to ensure its longevity. Most experts say the best way to maintain your floors is to clean them as frequently … Read more

Maple Vs Oak Flooring

Both maple and oak flooring are known as hardwoods. Hardwood flooring is most preferred for its natural beauty and aesthetic value. Most times, a building with hardwood floor installed is worth more than those without. There are several species of hardwood out there; walnut, hickory, cherry, and so on. This article will focus with maple and … Read more