Category Archives: Hardwood Flooring Problems

What if My Hardwood Floor has Pet Stains?

It can be quite disappointing when you move into a new home and eagerly tear up the carpet to see the beautiful hardwood underneath, only to find that past owners have allowed their pets to urinate all over the floor.  Does this mean the floor is done?  Can it be repaired?  What will this cost?  Hopefully this blog will answer some of those questions.

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What Cleaner Do I Use on My Hardwood Floor?

  So after reading the post on giving your wood floors a quick clean, you’re wondering, “just hot water, really…  what about all those special hardwood floor cleaners?  And what about the tried-and-true vinegar and water solution?”  Well, we are big advocates of just cleaning with hot water and a quality micro-fiber mop (which you will receive if we sand your wood floor), however, if you do choose to use […]

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Three Easy Steps to Quickly Clean Your Wood Floors: Cleaning Series Part 1

As nice and beautiful as wood floors can be, there is no such thing as the “self cleaning” wood floor. Fortunately, if done properly, cleaning your wood floor can be quick, easy and lead to a longer lasting floor. Here are some quick tips on getting the job completed fast and efficiently.

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Why Do My Wood Floors Gap in the Winter?

During January and February every year, it’s very common for concerned home owners to call their local wood flooring specialist with this very question, this year more so this than before. So what do the gaps in your floor have to do with this time of year, and what can you do about it? First of all we should clarify that if you have a older wood floor, say 50-100 […]

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  • What our customers have to say…

    “We so appreciate Jim’s professionalism, honesty, respect, eye to detail, and woodworking skill. He is a perfectionist not only with the install but also with the cleanup at the end of each day. Our beautiful new floors have dramatically changed the look of our home and everyone who comes to visit will comment on the change. We are extremely happy with our new floors.”

    Ron and Carol Halverson, West Fargo, ND

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