Caring for your new engineered flooring is an important task to keep your floors looking great for years to come. Caring for engineered wood is very similar to caring for hardwood floors, but if you’re new to wood flooring, you may feel a little lost about which products to use and how to avoid damage during everyday use. Here are 14 tips to help you in caring for your engineered wood floors.
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Before you start remodeling your master bathroom or installing a brand new kitchen, you should first stop and ask yourself a question that has been puzzling people for years. Should you bother to lay hardwood flooring beneath your appliances and cabinetry, where nobody is going to see it? Most folks will ponder that puzzle forRead more
Thursday, June 7, 2012 by Dan Simon The Lazio Region of Italy is located in the central area of the Italian peninsula and is the divide between the north and the south. The west coast of this region overlooks the Tyrrhenian Sea. Since the country of Italy is commonly known as the shape of aRead more
Tip of the Week Friday, May 18, 2012 by Ron Call, your Urbanfloor guy Last week I talked about how to protect your hardwood floors from being scratched by your furniture by using felt pads under the legs of chairs and tables. As a follow up to that, do you have young kids in yourRead more
Tip of the Week #008 Friday, May 11, 2012 by Ron Call, have flooring questions or need advice? Ask Ron HERE Protect your new wood floor from your furniture. Place felt pads under the legs of all your chairs and furniture that you will be sliding around or moving for cleaning and dusting. You canRead more