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How to Choose the Best Hardwood Flooring Nailers

How to Choose the Best Hardwood Flooring Nailers 0

Flooring nail guns all shoot cleats and staples into floors, but they may have slight differences or offer distinctive features from one model to the next. 

Sure, you can nail every board by hand like craftsmen used to, but why? A hardwood flooring nailer is super-fast. 

  • Bill Grover
How to Fit Hardwood Flooring Around Radiator Pipes and Other Obstacles

How to Fit Hardwood Flooring Around Radiator Pipes and Other Obstacles 0

Wondering how to fit hardwood flooring around radiator pipes? Start here for some great tips, tricks and videos.
  • Ashley Marks
What Is Low VOC Flooring And Is It As Safe As Non-Toxic Flooring?

What Is Low VOC Flooring And Is It As Safe As Non-Toxic Flooring? 0

Are you and your family unknowingly living with toxic fumes in your home? Volatile Organic Compounds or VOCs are gases that can become trapped in your home. They became a household concern when a story broke back in 2014. You should know that the problem still exists.
Drill Presses for Hardwood Flooring

Drill Presses for Hardwood Flooring 0

Are you looking to install new hardwood floors for your home? And you’re unsure which type of drill presses can do the job? More importantly, what are drill presses?
  • Easiklip Floors - Harry Chu
How to Choose the Best Wood Flooring Removal Machine

How to Choose the Best Wood Flooring Removal Machine 0

In this blog, we’ll cover why it may be time to part ways with your old wood floor. Next, we’ll divulge everything you need to know about floor removal machines. 

Don’t plan to do-it-yourself? We’ve got an interesting alternative for you too, so read on.

  • Bill Grover
What Are Wood Floor Gaps and How to Fix Them

What Are Wood Floor Gaps and How to Fix Them 0

If you have wood floors, do you ever see gaps between the boards? Usually, they are more noticeable at certain times of the year. They can trap dirt and dust besides affecting the beauty of your hardwood floor like a gap-toothed smile.

If there are wider wood gaps that don’t close, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll give you a few pro-tips on how to fill in the gaps and make your floor look great again.

  • Bill Grover