The regular upkeep of hardwood floors is relatively minimal, though it is vital for the longevity of your floors. Dirt and debris can easily scratch the surface of your flooring and dull its shine. To prevent such harm, sweep or dust mop your floor each day and wash it with a hoover employing the bare floor setting weekly. To get a more thorough clean or to get rid of stubborn stains, use a recommended wood cleaner.
Aside from regular cleaning, hardwood floors require some occasional maintenance. If you've had your flooring for quite a few years and it's beginning to lose its glow, it may be time for you to get it re-sanded and renovated. Contrary to the cleaning of the floor, it is recommended that you leave the re-sanding and refinishing of your hardwood flooring into a specialist, to ensure the best outcomes. Because hardwood flooring only needs this kind of maintenance once every couple of decades, it is worth investing in specialist workmen for your occupation.
Among the most important facets of hardwood flooring aftercare is preventing damage whenever
To protect your floor against scratches and scratches, place felt protectors on the bottom of any furniture and thick items. Be certain that you regularly check and replace these because they can pick up dust and debris, effectively turning the felt pads to sandpaper in your own hardwood flooring. Whenever you are moving furniture across hardwood floors, don't forget to lift and take it instead of dragging it on the floor since this can also lead to damage.
Though pet nails and football boots may leave a significant mark in your flooring, high heels are the main culprit of dents and scuffs in high footfall areas, so avoid wearing them whenever possible.
If you're looking to install hardwood floors in your house, or your present one is due for a re-sanding, get in contact with us to discuss your alternatives.