Category Archives: Floor Refinishing

E_M Trusted Flooring Products – Bona

At E_M Custom Flooring & Installations, we proudly apply floor finishing products from the most trusted brands in the industry.

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E_M Trusted Flooring Products – DuraSeal

At E_M Custom Flooring & Installations, we proudly apply floor finishing products from the most trusted brands in the industry.

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Tips for Maintaining Your Newly Installed Floor

Your new hardwood flooring has just been successfully installed in your home. Now what? While most hardwood flooring materials are durable and long lasting, there are steps you can take to help ensure your flooring stands the test of time.

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Hardwood Floor Repair – Hand Scraping and Finishing

It is not always easy to prevent damage from occurring to hardwood flooring installed within a kitchen. The regular foot traffic and activities like cooking can lead to some unwanted blemishes.

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Spot Fixing Hardwood Flooring

Many hardwood floor repair jobs require the floorboards to be re-sanded in order to be successful. But sometimes the flooring can regain its initial look by spot fixing the damaged area. Our team recently completed a spot fixing job in a Long Island home.

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Water-Based Polyurethane Hardwood Floor Finishes

Water-based polyurethane hardwood floor finish has a variety of properties that make it an ideal choice to use in your next flooring project. Its simple, quick drying application process also enables you to walk on the hardwood flooring shortly after completion.

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The Differences Between Polyurethane and Wax Floor Finishes

When deciding on a finish for your hardwood flooring, there are a variety of factors to consider. Each type of finish has its own distinct characteristics and advantages. So, should you go with a polyurethane or wax finish? There is no correct answer, but here is some information that should help simplify the decision process.

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European Oak Hardwood Flooring

European oak, sometimes referred to as English oak, is an extremely popular hardwood flooring choice in the United States and other parts of the globe. European oak’s dark tone and light, wavy grain patterns can accentuate any room that it’s installed in.

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How The Summer Heat Can Affect Hardwood Flooring

The summer will be here before you know it; along with the higher temperatures and increased humidity that come with the season. As hardwood flooring can be affected by humidity changes, you may notice slight changes when looking at the floors within your home during the summer months.

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Finding the Right Flooring Surface Texture

The surface texture of your hardwood flooring not only affects how it feels to the touch; it also affects the overall ambiance of the room surrounding it. Choosing a surface texture that meshes well with its surroundings can elevate the overall look of a room or an entire home.

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