Hardwood Care & Maintenance

Daily Hardwood Care

Hardwood is a low-maintenance flooring option. Learn more about top tips and best practices below. 

For daily hardwood care, sweeping is essential. By sweeping on a regular basis, you can help to remove dirt, dust, and other debris. If left unattended, this debris can scratch your floors and lead to premature aging. How often you need to sweep depends on the amount of foot traffic the room receives.

Entry mats and shoe removal can also help ensure that your hardwood floors age well. You may also opt for hardwood refinishing as the years pass. On the whole, your hardwood floors should age quite well as time passes. 

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Dirt & Spills

Hardwood flooring is tough on both solid and liquid messes. When and if a liquid accident happens, the key is to act fast to avoid damage to your hardwood and the subflooring beneath. For liquid spills, wipe up the substance right away. It's really that simple!

For a solid mess, sweep them up with a broom. The low level of maintenance and overall durability is what makes hardwood so desirable for homeowners. 

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Bonus Tips

As your hardwood ages, you may opt for hardwood restoration and resurfacing. Fortunately, Chacon Flooring offers both services. Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of restoration and resurfacing.

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