ASSESS THE CONDITION OF WOOD FLOORING TO IDENTIFY ANY FLAWS

girl-511880_1920Wooden floors are widely utilized in the UK. Such floors types last for a very long time with very little maintenance. Wooden floors are usually favored for their beautiful and elegant appearance. The superior quality and look of such floors certainly adds to the overall value of the home.

Solid hardwood floors certainly enhances the expression of the living room. However, maintenance has an important part in increasing shelf-life. Besides routine maintenance, you should examine the condition of the hardwood flooring. Such floors may appear tarnished after a few decades. A comprehensive evaluation will affirm if your flooring requires repair or cleaning.

Follow the provided guidelines to estimate the overall condition of the solid wood flooring.

Wood flooring finish

Confirm if the finish of your flooring is worn out or demands a simple cleaning procedure. Assess if the flooring is chipped or scraped because of some sharp objects. You can ascertain whether the floor is chipped by massaging on two tablespoons of water. If the water is consumed then it is an indication that the end is worn out. If the water isn’t immediately absorbed but leaves a mark on the wood surface, then it is a sign that the ground finish is worn outside reasonably. However, if you see water then it usually means that the finish is in good shape. The above procedure should be conducted in a high traffic portion of the house.

Repeat the same procedure in a very low traffic part of the house. In the event the condition of the hardwood flooring is worn out, then you should replace it as soon as possible.

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