We Found The Best Way To Protect Your Wooden Floors!
Whatever the room may be—whether it’s the bedroom, the living room, the kitchen, or the bathroom—protecting your wooden floors matters.
Floors are some of the most important parts of the home, and yet still the most overlooked: not only do they take the brunt of our daily living, but they are also the first surfaces to reflect wear and tear.
Wooden floors are highly durable and resistant to everyday wear and tear. If it’s good quality, it can last for decades. Investment-wise, it’s also a good idea: the last thing you want to do is lose money after spending a gargantuan amount on your floors. Wood is one of the most economical choices—despite costing a little more upfront, in the long run, they are definitely worth the investment. More good news: there is no depreciation on wooden floors. As a matter of fact, it increases the resale value of a home!
But let’s say your floors are starting to give in—maybe there are a few scratches, maybe it’s a little bit damaged. Maybe an accident happened. It can be your newly-rescued pup who isn’t house-trained yet; it can be a dinner party gone wrong with wine spilled over your gorgeous wooden floors. Don’t worry, though, because there are a multitude of services and products that will help you maintain the pristine quality of your floors.
Enter Bona, an industry leader in hardwood floor care. They have developed a sanding technology that effectively contains all dust, which helps reduces cleaning and downtime for floor owners. They also have products for every kind of spillage or damage—whether that’s wine, mud marks from shoes, or pet no-nos.
Unless you’re going for a kitschy, hodgepodge vibe, you don’t want your floors in one room to be vastly different to your floors in another, right? Consistency is key in interior design, and so is coordination. So when you’re choosing whether you’re going to renovate or replace your floors, consider the style of the rest of your house. It’s no longer the same agonizing decision as it used to be, though: there are now solutions which can transform the look of a floor without having to replace it—upcycling.
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