Maintenance

1.All wood will change color over time.
2.Our quality milling techniques will make your floor as perfect as possible, however, because wood is a natural product, it may flaw. The wooden planks may not exactly match the ends or sides, but they will be within the specifications of our quality control. Keep in mind that imperfections are expected when it comes to wood floors.
3.Your wood floor is constantly moving due to seasonal changes and the relative humidity in your home. You may see your floor expand and contract. You will see areas of high in some forums, and the joints between the panels will be most evident in the coldest months then in the warmer ones. Despite being a floor it is not always perfectly flat, there are ways to reduce inequality. Keep the relative humidity in the atmosphere, between 40%- 60% by using a humidifier in the cold, less humid months, and a dehumidifier in the summer months. As much as possible, maintain a constant temperature in your house. This will help reduce the effects of expansion and contraction.
4.. A natural product like wood means that each pallet is unique. That means that two plates will never be equal. The samples are representative, but due to natural variation in both grain and color may vary from the sample.
5.Professional installation of your floor is highly recommended.
6.Use an appropriate cleaner designed for wood, not common household products such a soap, water, etc. Water can damage your wood floor, never use a wet mop for your hardwood floors.
7.Protect your floor using a furniture lifter to move heavy furniture and appliances. Never slide or roll heavy furniture or appliances across the floor. Also keep in mind that even the heels or shoes with nails that need repair can severely damage your wood floor.
8.Use protective mats in all exterior entrances.
9.Use felt pads under furniture.
10.Synthetic wood installed radiant heating systems, surface temperatures should never exceed 85 F.
11.Wooden floors can be repaired. If your wood floor becomes scratched, dull, or damaged, a professional installer can repair the surface in order for you to have more years of enjoyment of your wood floor. It is always a good idea to keep the wood for more extensive repairs extra.