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What You Need To Know about Hardwood Flooring Installation

What You Need To Know about Hardwood Flooring Installation

By Tomasz Poznanski | March 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

With all of the options that exist for do-it-yourself projects, one may assume that they’re all pretty much the same. This could not be further from the truth. As an example, hardwood flooring might require more than a good YouTube video in the way of instruction and full comprehension of what you’re up against. A…

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Eco-Friendly Wood Flooring

Eco-Friendly Wood Flooring Is The Key To Better Indoor Air Quality

By Tomasz Poznanski | March 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

Toxic spaces in your home make for poor indoor air quality, in addition to ruining the environment as a whole. If you have any doubt, ask one of your friends who suffers from migraines, allergies, or asthma. Children, as well as ill or elderly individuals’ lungs can be compromised by poor indoor air quality. Additionally,…

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Identify Your Hardwood Style

By Corrine Bernard | January 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

No matter what you’re trying to achieve with hardwood, there is likely the perfect hardwood style for your floors, walls, and ceilings. Add to that the fact that the options at Eko-Flooring & Woodwork are eco-friendly, and the choice of hardwood becomes even more attractive. With numerous finishes, surface treatments, stains, and more, the natural…

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Are You Using Eco-Friendly Hardwood Flooring?

By Corrine Bernard | January 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

As of late, you may have heard the following terms referred to: responsibly forested, eco-friendly, and sustainable. What do all of these terms refer to? What do they have to do with flooring? If you have looked into eco-friendly hardwood flooring, you’ve likely come across the terms listed above, and many more. Though rarely specifically…

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4 Ways To Install Wood Flooring

By Corrine Bernard | August 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

Wood flooring is recognized for its beauty and durability. When one installs Engineered Wood Flooring, it is important to ALWAYS follow the manufacturer’s installation recommendations. The next thing you need to note is that not all wood flooring installation methods are recommended for all types of wood floors. If you are planning to install solid…

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Types of Subfloors

By Corrine Bernard | July 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

So you decided! It’s time to replace the floors. Before you install… It is essential to know the type of subfloor to further determine what installation method that is best.  Plywood, oriented strand board, particle board, and concrete are the four standard types of subfloors. The two most recommended subfloors are concrete and Plywood What…

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The Anatomy of a Dust Bunny

By Corrine Bernard | July 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

What is a dust bunny?  Simple, it is the dirt, dead skin cells, pet dander, food waste, allergens from dust mites, cooking oils, and dyes all rolled up by pet and human hair.  Cute right? How are these dust bunnies born?  The main culprit… pets, open doors and windows. But also, us! We track in…

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Engineered Wood Floors vs Solid Wood Floors: Both Real Wood!

By Corrine Bernard | May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

The most frequent question we hear: are engineered wood floors real wood? Yes! Engineered wood is all real wood; made of different species to combat the instability of solid wood flooring. Solid Wood Flooring Solid wood flooring is made of an individual piece of wood throughout. It can be used in any room that is…

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MDF as a construction material…. What is it?

By Amanda Cicarella | July 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

MDF stands for Medium Density Fiberboard. Yes quite the mouthful! Thus the abbreviation. A commonly used construction material is an engineered product composed of small wood fibers bonded together with a resin binder and wax using high temperature and pressure to complete the process. It is very versatile and fairly durable. Used for furniture, shelving,…

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