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Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance

Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance

Refinishing Oak Door Thresholds

Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance
by Source Wood Floors on July 2nd 2015

Refinishing Oak Door Thresholds

Wooden materials, like doors, doors thresholds, window sills, panels, and more are actually just some of the things that add subtle elegance and beauty to any home. Wood can help walls, ceilings and floor colours pop, or harmonies them depending on the wood, and technique used to stain them.
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5 Tips to Clean Your Wood Floor5 Tips to Clean Your Wood Floor

Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance
by John on December 29th 2014

5 Tips to Clean Your Wood Floor

Whether you have an Oak, Maple, Brazilian Cherry, Tigerwood, Australian Cypress, or Tiete Rosewood, keeping your wooden floors squeaky clean and shiny is not an easy task for any homeowner. Fortunately, there are tricks and wood cleaning products developed to manage and maintain the cleanliness of a...

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How To Install Scotia Trim On Wooden Flooring

Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance
by Source on May 5th 2014

How To Install Scotia Trim On Wooden Flooring

Wooden flooring requires a gap along the outside edges of the floor between the planks and the wall, which is there to allow any potential expansion of the wood. While this gap is there for an important purpose, it is still noticeable for all to see. Scotia is the thin piece of wood which covers thi...

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Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance
by Source on May 1st 2014

How To Install Underlay For Engineered Wood Flooring

Often engineered wood flooring is installed as a floating floor, which means it isn't attached to the subfloor but instead sits on top so it can deal with the temperature and humidity changes which cause the wood to expand and contract. For the floor to float properly once it’s installed it requires...

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How To Install Thresholds For Wood Flooring

Posted in Wood Flooring Installation And Maintenance
by Source on April 28th 2014

How To Install Thresholds For Wood Flooring

The threshold on wood flooring is the thin piece of wood which sits between each room or area, helping separate them easily and covering the gap which is often be left between the door frame and the planks. They are also useful for covering the gap which is left when installing wood flooring next to...

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