As you may have heard, laminate flooring is made with formaldehyde. We at PurezaWood don’t like laminate for a number of reasons, but its use of formaldehyde is the main one. Formaldehyde is known to be a dangerous chemical that has no place in your home. So why do people keep purchasing products that are full of it? A lot of it has to do with ignorance of its dangers. Continue reading “The Dangers of Formaldehyde: Why PurezaWood Never Uses it”
Light or dark hardwood floors? At PurezaWood, we know it can be extremely difficult to decide between the two. That’s why we put together a list of 5 things for you to consider before making your luxury hardwood flooring purchase. Continue reading “Light or Dark Hardwood Floors: 5 Things to Consider”
Wide plank white oak flooring has been all the rage with interior designers and homeowners lately and we can see why! Oak has been a classic hardwood flooring species for centuries. Combine in it with 7” or 8” wide plank flooring and you’ve got something truly beautiful. Continue reading “Wide Plank White Oak: A Flooring Trend We Love”
Water damage on your hardwood floor can be a nightmare. Even though hardwood floors are extremely durable and can last for decades when maintained properly, water can negate that in a matter of minutes. That’s why we’ve put together this list of tips and tricks to prevent and repair water damage on your hardwood floor.
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Hardwood has been a flooring favorite for centuries. Think you know why? We do. From its durability to its beauty, hardwood flooring is far superior to its flooring counterparts. So let’s break down what it is that really makes hardwood flooring a fan favorite. Continue reading “5 Reasons Hardwood Flooring is Still a Fan Favorite”
Hardwood floors are incredibly durable and can be refinished many times before they’re spent. So how do you know when it’s time to replace your hardwood floor? Well there’s a number of things that factor into this, so let’s break it down into aspects you’ll need to consider. Continue reading “When to Replace Your Hardwood Floor”