May 15, 2023 Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) promulgated R662 Architectural and Industrial Maintenance (AIM) Rule on April 18, 2023. There has been some confusion with compliance and promulgation dates, and the quick implementation of the rule. Here are some explanations of the facts to help you move through the process…Read More
We receive calls from new wood floor owners daily. One thing I’ve noticed is that many people tie cure times listed on spec sheets to the decisions they are making in regards to, returning to their home, placing furniture and rugs in the home, or cleaning newly finished wood floors. But, what does cure time…Read More
Choosing the right wood floor finish for your job is an important decision that will lock in the beauty of your floor for years to come. Are you having new hardwood flooring installed or existing wood floors refinished? Either way, there is a lot to consider. Are you looking for the most durable hardwood floor…Read More
All floors have a tendency to leave behind minor imperfections, many are temporary. Contractors and manufacturers are accustomed to these small quirks but we realize they may be a bit startling when seeing your floor for the first time.
With this in mind, we’ve created the following list of possible, temporary outcomes after a finish application.