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Caring for Your Floors

Protect It

Your floor’s worst enemy is grit and grime, which can easily cause unsightly surface damage. Our protective solutions provide a gleaming barrier against abrasive materials, preventing all those scratches and scuffs.

Dog lying on a floor rug

Tips for Protecting Your Floors

  • Establish floor mats or throw rugs at entryways and walkways to minimize the abrasion of the finish caused by dirt and grit tracking.
  • Place felt-tipped protectors on bottoms of chair and furniture legs.
  • When moving furniture, remember to lift it instead of dragging it across the floor. This will help prolong the life of your flooring.
  • Be sure to keep pet nails trimmed.
  • Try going shoeless as barefoot and sock traffic is much better for your floors than shoe traffic.
  • During rainy or snowy weather, place a heavy-duty floor mat or shoe tray at your main entryway to catch water, mud, snow, salt and sand from being deposited onto your floors.

Floor Care 101

Different types of flooring require different approaches to care. We’ll walk you through all the best ways to protect and enhance the natural beauty of your floors.