Tips & How To'sHardwood Floor Renovation Time is Now!

February 1, 2020by hardwoodyourhome0
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From budgeting, selecting materials and finishes, planning layouts, and scheduling professional help, it can take time for your hardwood floor renovation project to take flight–there are so many steps to completing a successful renovation.  See how you can get started now.

Seasons and Fall Matters

Did you know that you should factor the season into your home improvement plans? Are you asking yourself questions like “When is the best time to install hardwood floors?” to protect your investment?

Seasonal temperatures can affect when certain projects should be done. If you’re planning a home renovation and looking for new flooring, fall is the perfect time for hardwood flooring installation and here’s why…

Moisture in Spring and Summer

The cooler temperatures make autumn an ideal time for you schedule your hardwood flooring installation. Fall is perfect – the cool, crisp weather exposes your hardwood flooring to less moisture.  Yay for you!

Ideal Temperatures for Adhesives Used in Hardwood Flooring Installation
Your home’s ideal temperature for a hardwood floor renovation should be between 21º and 26º which is perfect timing for fall weather.
The Final Word of Advice
A hardwood floor renovation adds warmth, elegance, and beauty to your home. Impress your extended family over Thanksgiving dinner with your new floors.
Thinking of renovating? Book your complimentary estimate today and get an appointment with Hardwood Your Home‘s Mobile Showroom within one hour!

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