Protect Your Floors During a Move

Moving can be a stressful endeavor. From trying to keep all your belongings organized to unpacking and acclimating to a new home, moving just isn’t fun- especially moving in the cold winter months of New York or rainy seasons of the South.

One of the many goals during a move is to not damage the home your leaving and the home you are moving into. Your flooring is most susceptible to damage during a move because of all the traffic it is receiving. The points below will help minimize the abuse your flooring will take during a move. It is very important to protect your floors during a move for many reasons.

Brazilian Cherry

Known for its luxurious reputation, Brazilian Cherry flooring is absolutely beautiful. For a number of years, Brazilian Cherry flooring was considered one of the most high-end floors that could be installed in your home.  The deep, rich red tones, natural luster and clean, delicate grain pattern made it obvious that it belonged under the category of “high end.”  Although the popularity of Brazilian Cherry has declined in the more recent years, mainly due to new advances in stain colors, like all the trendy grey we’ve seen in the past few years, its high-end stature remains the same.  For those who want a true look of class and luxury in their home, Brazilian Cherry is the way to go.

Red Oak Hardwood vs. White Oak Hardwood

Hardwood flooring is a classic flooring option that is elegant in design, timeless, has a great return on investment, it is the most popular flooring choice. It doesn’t seem like its popularity is diminishing either. Within the last few years, there’s been an uprising trend in adding hardwood to the kitchen and bathrooms to match the rest of the home.  The two most popular hardwood flooring used is White Oak and Red Oak. Let’s discuss the difference between them…

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