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I am an old house junkie. Working on older homes has always been far more enjoyable than tackling something that is just coming out of…

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For a long time, the knee jerk reaction to fixing any issue with a wood floor was to sand it. It didn’t make any difference…

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It is not unusual for a private residence to assume a role or be exposed to conditions it is not ordinarily meant to endure. Wedding…

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It seems like the older I get, the harder it is for me to take some questions seriously. With the countless ways of delivering information,…

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A lot of people are choosing to stay in their homes instead of selling. Often times, they focus on improving and updating what they have…

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Start: This photo shows a kitchen floor after 10 years of hard use. Notice the color difference around the perimeter. The darker color is where the…

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When people ask me how I got into the hardwood flooring business, I’ve joked that I was genetically engineered, but there’s more than a bit…

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There is little doubt that wood floors in residential houses are the most highly prized material ever put under our feet or furniture. Ask any…

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Are your wood floors experiencing a bit of a mid-life crisis? Are they showing signs of “finish fatigue” after being refinished some 10-25 years ago?…

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If you are a wood floor contractor and working on an older home you get accustomed to a frequently asked question; “How many more times…

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