You can Protect your newly installed hardwood floors and extend the life and beauty of your floors with these simple guidelines: Wood is natural, it’s a product that enjoys being at 35% to 55% relative humidity, and between 60- and 80-degrees Fahrenheit. This is to ensure a long life for your NEW hardwood floors. Maintaining a consistent and relevant temperature in your home is crucial. Sweep or vacuum your hardwood floors regularly. Built up grit can damage the finish and/…

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To remove carpet dents caused by furniture, use a water bottle to dampen the dented area. Then use a blow dryer, on the hottest setting, to dry the carpet. While blowing dry the carpet, use your fingers to fluff the carpet fibers. Another option is to steam away the dents using an iron placed over a damp cloth on the carpet. Slowly move the iron across the cloth for a minute. A homeowner in Hudson, NH was rearranging furniture in…

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Water Stains on Hardwood

It is not possible to perfectly match new hardwood floor to existing hardwood, but you can make the match as close as possible. Choosing your hardwood from the same species of tree and in a similar color can make the new hardwood a close facsimile. Some homeowners focus instead on matching the new hardwood to something that will complement the existing floor. A homeowner in Greenville, NH was looking to replace a carpeted room with the hardwood that was throughout…

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