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What are the Biggest Benefits of Hardwood Floors?

The solid hardwood flooring pros at Brenner Floors in Minneapolis talk about the benefits of hardwood floors. We break down some of the key hardwood advantages homeowners love from ease of maintenance to durability.

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Engineered vs. Traditional Hardwood: Which is Better?

Hardwood floors are one of the most beautiful and enduring flooring options available for today’s homes. They create a timeless look that looks as elegant and attractive in an older home as it does in a contemporary home. However, it is also susceptible to moisture and wear and tear over the years, which means choosing hardwood also means choosing the maintenance that comes with it.

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Why Stairs are the Most Overlooked Flooring in a Home

When it comes to replacing the flooring in your home, there are plenty of considerations to keep in mind. Most homeowners will take into account the area they’re installing new flooring in when choosing the flooring. For example, if you’re getting a new floor installed in the bathroom or kitchen, you’ll probably consider installing a highly durable and moisture-resistant floor.

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Top Design Decisions to Make When Installing Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors are one of the most versatile and enduring flooring options for homes. They look just as fantastic in a modern home as they do in a hundred-year-old Craftsman bungalow. When you install hardwood in your home, you can be certain it will last for many years or even generations. That’s why it’s important to choose a design for your hardwood flooring installation that you’ll be happy with decades from now.

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Dust-Free Sanding

Hardwood floors are popular for a reason. They look polished and elegant, and they match the style of a wide range of home designs. Whether you live in an older home or a sleek contemporary home, hardwood looks great with just about any furniture or architecture.

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What are the Most Common Types of Hardwood Damage?

Hardwood flooring has long been a classic staple in modern homes for its elegance and versatility. Available in a wide range of colors, stains, and woods from mahogany to maple, walnut, and even bamboo, it looks as beautiful in a contemporary home as it does in a Victorian parquet floor. If you’ve got hardwood in your home, congratulations. Maintaining your hardwood is simple, and it doesn’t take much to get it looking great again if damage does occur.

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Debunking the Biggest Hardwood Floor Myths

Hardwood flooring is one of the most beautiful and enduring flooring options for homeowners today. Hardwood floors have been popular nearly four hundred years since they first came into vogue during the Baroque period. Since the beginning of hardwood floors, they’ve embodied style, elegance, refinement, and craftsmanship.

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Choosing the Right Hardwood Look

Hardwood is one of the most classic and elegant looks you can choose for your home. It looks great with just about any architectural style from a charming Craftsman bungalow to a more contemporary home. From mahogany to oak, beautiful hardwood floors complete the look of any home. One of the things that makes hardwood such a fantastic choice is the variety of style options available.

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Choosing the Right Material for Your Floors

Deciding what floors will be right for your home can be a tough decision. Whether you’re moving into a new construction home or renovating an older one, you want to make a decision you’ll be pleased with for many years to come. You’ll also want to consider your return on investment and how your new carpet will affect your overall home value.

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Saving Your Water-Damaged Hardwood Floors

If you’ve got a beautiful hardwood floor in your home, you want to keep it looking beautiful for many years to come. But catastrophe can strike, and when there’s water involved, it can lead to serious disaster.

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