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Hardwood Floor Finishes

Hardwood Floor Finishes

A finish does not only enhance the wood grain, but it also protects the wood. Aluminum Oxide is the most durable finish. It can last up to 25 years. Acid Cured or a Swedish finish is ideal for smooth-textured flooring. Water-Based Polyurethane is popular because it provides a clear finish. It has a traditional hardwood look and feel. Make sure you choose the correct finish for your home.

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Hardwood Colors and Finishes to Hide Scratches

Hardwood Colors and Finishes to Hide Scratches

Hardwood floors are beautiful there is no doubt, but what kind of wood is going to hide nicks the best? Lighter color floors hide imperfections better than darker floors. Matte or little to no gloss finish hardwood floors can help hide scratches better than higher gloss floors. Distressed hardwood floors make any marks look like it is part of the design. The plus to a hardwood floor is that you can always refinish it. So even if the floor gets starched up you can refinish it instead of fully replacing it.

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Click! Installing Click Flooring

Click! Installing Click Flooring

DIYers love click flooring. There is no need for glue, nails or staples. This will also save on materials needed and tools rented. Different flooring such as hardwood, bamboo, cork and laminate come in the click installation method. Most click floors are soft underfoot especially when paired with a high-quality underlayment. Floating floors can handle humidity changes. As seasons change humidity will rise and fall, this will create expansion and contraction in wood.  Traditional hardwood flooring can develop gaps when exposed to moisture.When the click method is used moisture will not be something you need to worry about.

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