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Solid Hardwood Flooring Costs: Professional and DIY Installation

Solid hardwood flooring has been replaced over the years by laminates and engineered wood flooring, but solid hardwood may still be your best choice if you want a floor that could last beyond your lifetime. The evidence is there in all the old historic homes that still have their original solid hardwood floors.

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How to Shop for Hardwood

Hardwood flooring has grown in popularity in recent years, thanks to its natural and attractive finishes that compliment nearly any room in the home. Hardwood flooring comes in a massive variety of colors, textures, finishes, and species, so there’s a hardwood flooring to match any home, design aesthetic, or function. Learn how to shop for the perfect hardwood flooring by reading on.

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What Kind of Vacuum Should You Get for Hardwood Floors and Carpet?

You invest your hard-earned money into your hardwood flooring and carpeting, so you want to make sure to maintain your floors as well as possible. When it comes to cleaning, be sure you’re using the appropriate vacuum cleaner for the job. The following blog post will help you better understanding which vacuum is best for cleaning both hardwood and carpet flooring.

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Solid Hardwood Flooring: A Starter Guide

Solid hardwood flooring lost favor with homeowners and contractors as engineered flooring became more popular. Yet there are many situations where hardwood flooring can be the best choice and a great value for the money. Let’s review where hardwood flooring can be an asset to your home, and then discuss your wood choices and other considerations.

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Hardwood Floors: Size, Shape, Finish, and Grade

Hardwood flooring has an undeniable charm, and its benefits are known far and wide. The natural grains and colors bring life and a sense of connection to interior spaces in ways that no other material can. While these traits are universally shared by all hardwood types, there are several important differences that can influence your decision in choosing the right flooring for your needs.

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