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Traditional hardwood species: the classic look of maple

Posted on March 8th, 2012 In: Articles, Floor Sanding Articles

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Maple is one of the most popular hardwood flooring options in North America, but homeowners in the UK are no strangers to its charms. Known for a creamy hue that can vary in shade from white to a light brown tinged with delicate orange, maple has the kind of close grain and subdued texture that […]

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Hardwood flooring options: snap together flooring

Posted on March 6th, 2012 In: Articles, Floor Sanding Articles

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Do-it-yourself homeowners who want to install their own hardwood flooring may be excited to learn that one of the products on the market will not require them to use nails, screws, or even glues and other adhesives. This product is snap together wood flooring. How does snap together flooring work? Snap together flooring has specially […]

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Hardwood flooring options: mesquite

Posted on March 1st, 2012 In: Articles, Hardwood Floors Sanding Articles

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One of the intriguing options for hardwood flooring from North America is mesquite.  There are more than 60 different types of this wood growing in the world, but the one used for flooring usually derives from Texas and other parts of the American Southwest.  Mesquite can vary in colour from a pale yellow shade reminiscent […]

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Protecting high traffic areas of hardwood floors

Posted on February 27th, 2012 In: Articles, Floor Sanding Services Articles

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The point of installing a hardwood floor is usually to have a beautiful flooring surface that will last for many years to come, showing little wear and tear as those years pass by.  This is something that homeowners cannot get from carpeting, which tends to wear and fray, needing replacement in little more than a […]

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Hardwood flooring options: cottonwood

Posted on February 24th, 2012 In: Articles, Floor Sanding Services Articles

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The cottonwood tree grows natively in Canada as well as the northern portions of the United States.  Its name derives from the fact that cottonwood trees often produce puffs of white fluff that greatly resemble cotton in its natural state.  A tall, elegant tree, cottonwood also goes by a number of other names including galm, […]

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