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Are tired of dust mites, dust and dirt in your basement and also in your house?
Do you want to upgrade your floors you may be asking yourself what is the best course of action. […]
Maple flooring has many benefits for the homeowner that is looking for a new floor – Maple Hardwood Flooring is very sturdy and very appealing. The maple tree comes in many different types with […]
White Oak plank
White Oak is very misunderstood. I am referring at the striking disconnect between how beautiful White Oak flooring can be and how inexpensive it is. I am talking about the ultimate paradox […]
How to Stain Hardwood Floors
As you know Staining your Hardwood Floor is a vast subject requiring a lot of research and knowledge and experience..some beyond my pay grade. I will say this that […]
How lumber is cut for hardwood flooring
Hardwood Flooring is the final product we put in our houses, however before there was a floor, there was a tree. The tree was cut down and sent […]
How to Properly clean your Hardwood Floors
First of all, don’t ever use Murphy’s Oil Soap. This soap works great on furniture, do not use it on wood floors because it will leave a residue […]
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When Hardwood is made into Flooring and Finished at the factory it is called prefinished. It is sold according to specific grading, evaluating the length of the boards, the average length of the product, the uniformity in color, and the presence or absence of knots. All these factors weigh in on the final price, with Select and Better commanding the highest quality and price while Rustic has the worst average length, color uniformity and the lowest cost.