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We are launching a new system on May 1

On Tuesday, May 1 we will be launching a new software system. Our goal is to increase customer service, provide greater functionality, and become more efficient to serve our customers. Changes you will notice Starting on May 1, you may notice a few things that are different. We will likely… Read more

Important Notice for our Cash Account Customers

We are upgrading our software systems on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 to provide greater functionality and better customer service. Read more about our software update here. If you have a cash account, there are a few things that will be changing regarding your account on May 1. We will no… Read more

How To Fix A Deep Gouge in Wire-Brushed Wood Flooring

A deep gouge in a wire brushed floor may seem like a nightmare to fix, and a good candidate for a full board replacement. If the gouge is deep enough, the raw wood is probably showing through. Plus, the wire-brushed texture makes this seem like a complicated fix that putty… Read more

How To Fix An Open Knot In Wood Flooring

An open or broken knot hole may not be all that serious of a problem, but it can cause great concern in a homeowner. They may be asking questions like: Is my floor falling apart? Did I buy a good quality floor? Will this happen to other areas of the… Read more

What causes squeaky floors?

Squeaking floors are frustrating! Unless you are the parent of a teenager, a squeaking hardwood floor is a nuisance. Once a floor starts to voice its opinion about being stepped on, it’s unlikely to stop unless pursuaded to do so. In older homes, the presence of squeaky floors is simply… Read more

How To Fix A Deep Scratch In Wood Flooring With Wax

Deep scratches in wood flooring often come from moving heavy objects across the floor, or forgetting to put felt protectors on furniture legs. Overtime, the normal use of that furniture and the slight movements it makes may leave very deep scratches in the wood flooring. Mixing various colors of wax… Read more