There are lots of reasons to choose a wooden floor for your home or commercial property. They are durable, very aesthetic and relatively easy to care for. Obviously floors get a lot of footfall and so they do require a degree of maintenance and proper usage.
Look online and you’ll find lots of advice about what you can do to prolong the lifespan of your wood floor; however, we could equally ask “what shouldn’t you do to your wood floors?”:
There are all sorts of things you need to be careful of when you’re installing a wooden floor. For instance, solid wood floors are not amenable to electric under floor heating, you shouldn’t install a wooden floor over a concrete screed and you need to be careful about the humidity of the sub-floor, using a moisture blocker if necessary.
With the above in mind, it makes a lot of sense to seek professional advice if you’re planning a wood floor installation.
There are many more no-nos when we’re talking about the maintenance and upkeep of wooden floors. Water can cause a wooden floor all sorts of problems, and so when cleaning a wooden floor you should avoid using a wet mop; for example, you can use oil for cleaning an oil floor. Ideally, you should also protect your floor from furniture legs etc, as this might cause scuffs or marks.
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