The back door flies open, in come the kids and the dog, bypassing the "mud room", leaving a trail of melting snow and mud across the living room. Meanwhile, in the laundry room, your washer has decided to go rogue and gush water all over the floor. Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse, you hear your teen son yelling from the kitchen. He meant well by trying to run the dishwasher but, unfortunately, he doesn't know that dish washing liquid is a No-No and there are suds everywhere. Maybe, you can handle these everyday catastrophes but, can your floors?
When homeowners decide to update the look of their homes they are also looking to add value. What could be more valuable than hardwood floors? Many of us dream of the warm tones of a classic hardwood floor, the reclaimed wood floor look or even a clean modern look. For sure, wood floors are beautiful and add value to your home however, there are several considerations you need to take into account before you pull the trigger on wood floors.