Your Home, Your Wood Floors and Carpenter Ants

Like termites, carpenter ants make tunnels in decomposing wood. Frightening yet easy to detect, these ants are large black or black and red in...

Remove Various Stains and Smells From Wood Floors

Stains and spots compromise the beauty of your wood floors. If your floors have blemishes from things such as pet urine, coffee, blood, ink, latex...

Wood Floors and Termites

Termites and the Ecosystem Termites are a very expensive pest. In the U.S., according to the National Pest Management Association, these critters cost upwards of...

Stopping those annoying squeaks in your wood floors!

In most cases the three wood floor members (the joist, subfloor and finished hardwood) have separated, and the nails binding them are moving in...

How To Protect Wood Floors From Furniture Scratches

There are several things you should do to protect your wood floor from scuff marks and scratches. Although often forgotten it is very...

Mold On Hardwood Floors: Safety and Preparing The Removal

Some people think mold only grows in an old house with old wood floors. This is a myth. Mold can live on your hardwood...

Flooding and Hurricane Damage To Wood Floors

Looks like you're here because it's hurricane season. Tragically, many people have lost homes and have been displaced. If you are one of...

Keeping Your Wood Floors Clean: Mold Prevention and Mold Detection

If you have never experienced mold, you need to take necessary measures so that it will never occur. Mold is a mess and a...

The Science Behind Moisture and Wood Floors

Water, water vapor, humidity and moisture all have something in common: they all damage wood floors. The opposite is true when you have extreme...

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