So you’ve decided on hardwood flooring and even picked out which species of flooring you’re using – think you’re done making flooring decisions? Nope! Now it’s time to decide on the width for your flooring planks.
Installing hardwood flooring adds appeal and increases the resale value of your home. You can choose between solid wood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring. Both options give you beautiful floors, but there are differences between the flooring types including construction and humidity resistance.
Hardwood floors are a beautiful part of a home, but they will eventually need refinishing. Scratches and dings from every day wear and tear don’t always mean that your floor need refinishing, so how will you know when it’s time to refinish them? There’s a simple test to see if your floors need to be refinished:
If your hardwood floors are well-cared for they can stay beautiful and last a lifetime. How do you keep them that way?
When choosing flooring for a bathroom you need to take into account more than just style and looks. Bathroom floors need to be functional – stain resistant, impervious to water and ideally, warm for your bare feet. So what are your options?
Our Buying Flooring Series is designed to help you make an informed decision when purchasing flooring. To learn more about the types of flooring we offer and how we can help you choose the perfect flooring for your home, visit our website www.rusmurfloors.com.
If you have a hardwood floor, you may be wondering how to care for it. Hardwood floors are generally easy to treat and made to last. However, over time the top layer of the floor can become thin and dull, which exposes the wood and could lead to problems. It’s important to be able to spot when this happens and know how to take care of your floor when the time comes.