The Floor Beneath You

3 Tips for Installing a Laminate Hardwood Floor

Are you planning to take on the installation of laminate hardwood flooring by yourself? Then you'll definitely want to know the following tools that will make the job easier.  Get The Right Tools Everything starts with getting the right tools for the job. An oscillating saw will help when you need to cut out the bottom of moldings around a door frame so that the

How To Choose Between Hardwood And Engineered Wood Flooring

If you want to install a wood floor, then you might not be sure whether to use hardwood or engineered wood products. Read on to learn more about these flooring options, their differences, and their advantages and disadvantages. What Is Hardwood Flooring? Hardwood flooring is made of solid wood planks. Popular woods here include oak, walnut, maple, hickory, bamboo, and

Why Installing Hardwood Flooring Over Concrete Slabs Is So Risky

If you have a concrete slab in your home and want to install hardwood flooring, installing it over the concrete carries some risks that you need to address before any work can be done. Some types of wood are not suitable for being installed over concrete because of the potential for moisture damage. However, there are always solutions, and in this case, those solution

Dustless Floor Sanding: Frequently Asked Questions

Do you love the character that the hardwood flooring throughout your home adds to its overall aesthetic? Unfortunately, if you are considering having your hardwood refinished, chances are you do not love the prospect of sanding the floors. Traditional floor sanding involves kicking up a lot of dust that is almost impossible to eliminate. Luckily, there is now dustless

The Pros And Cons Of Choosing Hardwood Flooring For Your Home

Hardwood flooring is one of the most traditional and beneficial flooring options you can choose for your home. However, like all residential flooring options, there are both pros and cons that come along with choosing a hardwood floor. Below you can learn more about these pros and cons so that you can make an informed decision regarding whether or not hardwood floorin