Information about HardWood FLOORING


how to maintain a solid and engineered hardwood floor correctly


sitefinished 

hardwood floor


1st step

DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE EXCEPT THE MANUFACTURER OF THE last and final TOP COAT OF FINISH. You are going to be cleaning only the top coat of that flooring and that is why you need to know exactly what type of top coat you will have down. If you are unsure of the top coat then please click here for further information.


2ND STEP

Just in case you are a difficult person we wanted to once again tell you to contact the manufacturer of the top coat of finish for specific instrutctions of how to clean their product. We suggest contacting the manufacturer even before you purchase the top coat and have it applied to make sure they have instructions on how to maintain their product. If they do not then DO NOT BUY THEIR PRODUCT. It is as simple as that but we exist just in case you need a  reminder.


3rd STEP

Everyone that tells you that they have used "blah...blah...blah and most importantly blah for years and they have had no problem" is wrong. Those are the crazy people that should not be speaking at all about anything to do with your new refinished hardwood flooring. Unless off course they want to pay for the repairs of that flooring when their "blah...blah...blah and most importantly blah product that they have been using for years" fails.



4th Step

Be kind to those people with all their advice and kindly tell them that you will be using what the top coat/final coat finish manufacturer says so that you make sure all your warranties are good and not voided.


5th Step

Get specific instructions in writing. Either print the website information and staple it to your invoice or get a email printed with the specific steps. Do not count on the information to last forever on the website. Sometimes manufacturers might change their instructions and that is why you need a dated email or a screen shot that is printed of their website.


prefinished 

hardwood floor


1st step

DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE EXCEPT THE MANUFACTURER OF THE FLOORING. If you are unsure of who the manufacturer is then please click here for further information.




2ND STEP

Just in case you are a difficult person we wanted to once again tell you to contact the manufacturer of the hardwood flooring for specific instructions of how to clean their product. We suggest contacting the manufacturer even before you purchase the flooring to make sure they have instructions on how to maintain their product. If they do not then DO NOT BUY THEIR PRODUCT. It is as simple as that but we exist just in case you need a  reminder.


3rd STEP

Everyone that tells you that they have used "blah...blah...blah and most importantly blah for years and they have had no problem" is wrong. Those are the crazy people that should not be speaking at all about anything to do with your new hardwood flooring. Unless off course they want to pay for the repairs of that flooring when their "blah...blah...blah and most importantly blah product" that they have been using for years fails.


4th Step

Be kind to those people with all their advice and kindly tell them that you will be using what the manufacturer says so that you make sure all your warranties are good and not voided.


5th Step

Get specific instructions in writing. Either print the website information and staple it to your invoice or get a email printed with the specific steps. Do not count on the information to last forever on the website. Sometimes manufacturers might change their instructions and that is why you need a dated email or a screen shot that is printed of their website.