Five Upgrades That Will Help Your Old House Sell Faster

Posted on: 25 July 2017

Old houses bring with them a sense of charm, often featuring beautiful craftsmanship from yesteryear. However, selling them can sometimes be a challenge because many home buyers worry about the age of the house and what unseen issues there might be. There are some things you can do to make your house appealing to buyers -- even those who are looking for more modern homes.  1. Refinish the hardwood floors.
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5 Considerations For Choosing Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 24 July 2017

A hardwood floor is a luxurious addition to your home. Hardwood flooring adds the natural beauty of the wood and typically imparts warmth to the room. Because of its beauty, wood flooring also adds value to your home. Hardwood flooring comes in numerous design options. Choose the flooring option that best complements your home's style. Wood Species The species of wood impacts how the floor looks and acts. First, different hardwoods feature color and graining patterns unique to their species.
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A Look At Your Choices When Buying A New Hardwood Floor

Posted on: 20 July 2017

It's hard to beat real hardwood flooring when you want an elegant and classic look for your home. Other flooring materials may look like real wood, but they don't feel the same or wear the same as the real thing. Wood floors might be more expensive, but if you take care of the floor, it should last for decades. Here are some tips for picking out your new floor. Choose Harder Wood If You Want Scratch Protection
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A Guide to Dustless Sanding for Hardwood Floors

Posted on: 18 July 2017

In general, there are three different ways that you can refinish a hardwood floor. The traditional and most comprehensive method is to sand and re-stain it. You can also use dustless sanding techniques. The third option uses no sanding at all. This article explains the key differences of each approach. Sand and Re-stain Most floors, when being refinished, require a full sand and re-stain. This means that the flooring specialist will actually sand off all of the existing stain to expose the raw wood.
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