How to Match Existing Hardwood Floors

How to Match Existing Hardwood Floors

Unfortunately, it’s inevitable that your hardwood floors will get damaged. Whether that’s by an overactive dog, your favorite vase falling on the floor or furniture sliding and scraping across the living room, you can expect dents, scratches and even planks breaking....
Red Oak vs White Oak Flooring

Red Oak vs White Oak Flooring

Oak is a very popular wood flooring type because of its durability, affordability and flexibility. There are two main types of oak: white oak and red oak. While white oak and red oak floors share a lot of the same great features, they do have a few differences that...
Vinyl Plank vs Laminate Flooring

Vinyl Plank vs Laminate Flooring

It can be difficult to distinguish between vinyl plank and laminate floors. In fact, they have so many similarities, that they are often confused with each other. Both flooring options are durable, cost-effective and they even look very similar. In this article we...
What Can Damage Your Hardwood Floors?

What Can Damage Your Hardwood Floors?

We often treat our floors as if they were indestructible, but unlike durable luxury vinyl tiles, hardwood floors are prone to damage from things we might consider to be damaging to wood. Not only can the wood be easily damaged, but so can the veneer and gloss that...