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Can I put hardwood in my kitchen?

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We are often asked about installing hardwood flooring in the kitchen, and today, we’re going to answer that as best we can. If you’re considering hardwood for this room, you’ll want to read along with us here to find out the best plan for your remodel.Finding the best kitchen floors is easier than ...
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What type of flooring is best for dogs?

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Choosing pet-friendly flooring can feel like a daunting task, especially considering every possible flooring option. However, it might be easier than you think, and we're going to give you things to think about in today's post, so read along with us here for more information.Your pet-friendly ...
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Why is luxury vinyl so popular?

If you've taken the time to consider luxury vinyl tile and plank flooring, then you already know how trendy these floor coverings are. In today's post, we're going to look at why and how you can take advantage of the materials for your home today, so read along with us now.Your luxury vinyl plank ...
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Carpet vs. wood: Why choose wood flooring?

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Trying to decide between carpet and hardwood flooring?  Here’s some information to help you decide and see more benefits in wood flooring, so read along for that information.Your best hardwood flooring is waitingCarpet flooring is indeed the only soft surface floor covering and provides outstanding ...
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What does sheen mean and what kind is right for my floors?

Sheen refers to the luster the floor gives off, as light reflects against it (how shiny or glossy your floor's finish is). The 4 levels of hardwood floor finish sheens: Matte, Satin, Semi-gloss, Glossy (from least shiny to most shiny). Matte Matte finishes reflect the least amount of light, for a ...
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How to get the beachy look: bleaching + whitewash for hardwood floors

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Beach or lake house flooring is ideal for more than summer homes, and whitewashed floors with white walls bring a light and airy ambiance to any space. Choose white furnishings and contrast the all-white look with colorful area rugs. Or opt for light-colored walls and furnishings that complement ...
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Hardwood flooring trends

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Hardwood is a traditional flooring material, and you can choose a classic look to enhance the room decor. Or you can opt for a brand of flooring that shows off an updated, twenty-first-century look. Engineered wood continues its climb in popularity, and you may find that, indeed, it is the best ...
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What’s the difference between luxury vinyl plank and luxury vinyl tile?

Luxury vinyl has a lot to offer the homeowner. It looks great, is very functional, and comes at a great price. It can deliver. But a question remains: tile or plank? What's the difference? At All Hardwood Floors, we can answer that for you.Luxury Vinyl TileLuxury vinyl tile, also known as LVT, ...
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Solid vs engineered hardwood flooring

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Is this a competition, or do they complement each other? So, what is the difference between solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring? Are they interchangeable? Does it matter which one I get?Engineering with a purposeSolid hardwood flooring is a tried and true flooring that has been ...
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Extreme humidity levels may damage your hardwood floors

Very high and very low humidity levels each present dangers to solid and engineered hardwoods.You may not feel the need to kick on the air conditioner, but a few days of summer’s high humidity can wreck havoc on your hardwoods. High humidity causes moisture to seep into the wood, leading to ...
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All you need to know about VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in polyurethane floor finishes

What Are Vocs?VOCs or Volatile Organic Compounds are carbon-containing chemicals that are labeled "volatile" because they evaporate easily at room temperature, thereby entering the air we breathe. VOCs can be naturally produced by plant and animal processes or manufactured by humans. Some of the ...
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Wood flooring refinishing tips All Hardwood Floors, llc

Hardwood floors are both beautiful and elegant; wood floors never go out of style and they last for years—sometimes up to 100! Unless there’s structural damage, your wood flooring should only need refinishing to freshen and renew them.Clearing Up Misconceptions About Hardwoods.Engineered wood is ...
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Hardwood floors increase the value of your home

"Most homebuyers nowadays expect hardwood," says Andy Ross of All Hardwood Floors, hardwood floor installer and refinisher in Norwalk, Connecticut "They want things move-in ready, and don't want to do any work. Seeing carpet could make them pass on your place." This is supported by a 2018 ...
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5 tips from a pro on how to maintain your hardwood floors from All Hardwood Floors, llc

Dirt and dust on any surface are messy, but when it's on wood flooring, it can also be damaging. Here, I'll share some interesting facts on how dangerous it can be and some preventive tips to extend the life of your hardwood floors.So what's dirt made up of and what makes it a threat to your ...
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