Care Tips

Water An excessive amount of water could make your wood floor swell and cup. It can also cause cracks to turn gray. Clean up puddles as soon as possible.

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Why Hardwood

Hardwood floors last beyond a lifetime and are one of the most desirable floor coverings in remodeling and new construction. They are a great way to increase the resale value of your home. Considering the durability of hardwood flooring versus other floor coverings you are saving money when you chose hardwood, and when it comes time to sell, you will make more money too.

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The Importance of Humidity and Your New Floors

Everyone that has lived in Michigan for any period of time knows that there is a LOT of humidity here. When it comes to hardwood floors, humidity is a big issue. When you hire us to install and/or sand and refinish your hardwood floors, you will notice that we put

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Sunlight and Fading Hardwood Floors

Posted by Victor Mulbauer on May 31st, 2014   If you have hardwood floors in your home then you know that direct sunlight streaming through your windows can be a big issue for your floors. Most of us have experienced moving furniture or an area rug and noticed the covered

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7 Reasons to Uncover the Hardwood Hiding Beneath Your Carpet

Posted by Victor Mulbauer on May 16th, 2014   So you’ve ripped up a corner of your old crusty carpet to see what’s underneath and you’ve discovered hardwood flooring that has been hiding there all this time… how exciting! A lot of houses here Michigan have beautiful solid hardwood floors

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UV Cured Floor – Part 2

Posted by Victor Mulbauer on May 3rd, 2014   In Part 1 of this article, we talked about some of the issues that come from the long cure times of traditional hardwood floor finishes. Namely 1) long waits to replace all furniture and rugs, 2) over exposure to harmful VOCs

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UV Cured Floors – Part 1

Posted by Victor Mulbauer on April 13th, 2014 One of the biggest hassles in traditional hardwood floor sanding and refinishing is having to wait for the finish to dry and cure before being able to get back on your floor. Let’s face it – you want your life to get

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Our Brand New State-Of-The-Art Dust Containment System

Posted by Victor Mulbauer, March 5th 2014 I’m excited to introduce you to our new dust containment system. But before I get to that, I’d like to talk a bit about dust. Nobody likes dust. Unfortunately one of the by-products of getting your hardwood floors sanded and refinished is exactly

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