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How do I maintain my hardwood floors to stay beautiful and fresh for years to come?

Hardwood flooring in Amarillo, TX from Budget Floors
There is nothing like the look and appeal of a brand-new hardwood floor; they become a talking point for the whole home. But what ought to be done to keep them looking that way? With a little time and investment, you can keep this flooring looking beautiful for years to come.A routineA routine is ...
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Is luxury vinyl flooring waterproof?

Luxury vinyl flooring in Amarillo, TX from Budget Floors
Waterproof flooring is an essential addition to many rooms where water damage might be likely to occur, such as basements, laundry rooms, or bathrooms. However, it can also be right at home in any other room in your home.The attractive appearance options of luxury vinyl flooring pairs well with its ...
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Why you might look for hardwood species native to your area

Hardwood flooring in Amarillo, TX from Budget Floors
One of the reasons hardwood floors need acclimation is to get them used to what may be, for them, a different climate before installation. After all, they can be harvested from a forest in another region or country. As most of us already know, wood can shrink and contract to adjust to weather; ...
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Can flooring really be waterproof?

Waterproof floors in Amarillo, TX from Budget Floors
If you have areas in your home that could potentially take on water damage, you might wonder if waterproof flooring is genuinely waterproof. Adding a new floor covering to spaces like these requires an answer to that question, and we’ll take a look at that in more detail in this post.What you’ll ...
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The difference between solid and engineered hardwood flooring?

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Both solid and engineered hardwood floors are both real wood flooring products. The differences between the two might not be readily evident so that you might wonder what the difference is between the two. We'll take a look, in this post, at those differences and how one might be better for you ...
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