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6 Dos and Don’ts to Caring for Your Wood Floors

We’ve put together a short list of key dos and don’ts when caring for your hardwood flooring.

Clean your floors regularly using light water and Pine Sol, being sure to remove any excess water.

You can also use dry mops and a vacuum cleaner (on its hardwood setting) to remove dust and dirt between cleans.

NewGen Restores appreciates the amount of effort it takes to maintain your wood floors.

We make things easier by offering our clients cleaning, refinishing and installation services for all your hardwood flooring needs.
6 Dos and Don’ts to Caring for Your Wood Floors

6 Dos and Don’ts to Caring for Your Wood Floors

6 Dos and Don’ts to Caring for Your Wood Floors Wood floors create a stunning look to any home. However, once you’ve had them installed, they need the right care and attention to maintain their condition. We’ve put together a short list of key dos and don’ts...

How To Take Good Care Of Your Hardwood Floors

Whether you’re yet to install them or you’ve had them for a while, read on to find out how to take good care of your hardwood floors.

Whether it’s an unusually strong breeze, dirty shoes or a boisterous pet, dirt just seems to find its way inside the house.

Luckily, getting rid of dirt is as easy as regular vacuuming.

Unfortunately, the friction from everyday use will eventually wear down the finish of even the best kept floors, leaving the wood exposed.

For best results, you should refinish your floors every twelve to eighteen months. This will ensure they’ll look good for many years to come.
How To Take Good Care Of Your Hardwood Floors

How To Take Good Care Of Your Hardwood Floors

Have you always dreamed of having hardwood floors installed in your home, but are scared they’re too high maintenance? Or perhaps you have them already, but they’re a shadow of what they used to be? Hardwood floors are super popular, and with good reason. For one,...

How To Take Good Care Of Your Hardwood Floors

Whether you’re yet to install them or you’ve had them for a while, read on to find out how to take good care of your hardwood floors.

Whether it’s an unusually strong breeze, dirty shoes or a boisterous pet, dirt just seems to find its way inside the house.

Luckily, getting rid of dirt is as easy as regular vacuuming.

Unfortunately, the friction from everyday use will eventually wear down the finish of even the best kept floors, leaving the wood exposed.

For best results, you should refinish your floors every twelve to eighteen months. This will ensure they’ll look good for many years to come.