Water may permanently harm the floor, so it is extremely crucial to not let any water come in close contact with it. The use of a map is strongly discouraged! Pet accidents, spills, and any other dirt that gets tracked in must be cleaned up immediately. Basic Coatings Squeaky Clean or Bona Hardwood Cleaner is recommended for regular maintenance.
Moisture damage can be easily seen on hardwood floors and it can easily harm the sustainability. It is critical to make sure moisture does not seep into the floors. Area rugs should be in every section of the home where there is major foot traffic and where moisture is more likely to filter through, such as kitchen sinks and hallways.
Heavy furniture left without furniture leg protector pads (felt or indoor outdoor carpet type) can cause minimal to major damage on hardwood floors. It is crucial to keep the protector pads on every piece of furniture that comes in contact with the floor. Not doing so can result in harming the look and durability of the floor.
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To meet the demands of the small home renovation market, Johnson Hardwood has designed a flooring series that is not only attractive and durable, but is also easy on the wallet. The Frontier series is constructed with birch and has an engineered structure for a more versatile installation. This floor comes in the basic color stains to accommodate every interior style color combination. The panels are quarter-sawn to draw the attractive grain pattern. We had our budget-minded customers in mind, and gave them an affordable floor but with a custom look. Each plank is hand-carved and hand-stained in the Johnson Hardwood premium standards. Colors are light Homestead, brown with orange tint Tomahawk, red tint Dakota, and darker Bison taking names reminiscent of the American frontier. Birch’s wavy grain patterns and hand-sculpted planks are sure to make this floor a standout. Five-inch wide width, 3/8-inch thickness, and up to 47-inch flooring planks allows for an easy to layout random flooring pattern.
Johnson Hardwood offers an even larger selection to the wide plank hardwood flooring consumer demand by launching the Pacific Coast series. Style options come in birch, smooth maple, and hickory wood species. The Pacific Coast series comes 6-1/2 inches wide and in random lengths up to 48 inches long with colors ranging from sand, to copper, auburn, and ebony. Made in the Johnson Hardwood tradition, the birch and hickory products in this series are hand scraped and hand carved to enhance grain pattern designs, and more importantly to mask the dings and dents that can come from years of every day wear and tear. The maple products have a smooth finish making floors sleek and colors vibrant. Each plank goes through a dual hand-staining process to ensure even color tones for breathtaking floors. Johnson Hardwood manufactures floors to look like custom floors while at a budget friendly price.
We’ve added light machining and a hand scraped finish to what has become one of the most innovative product lines, the Lexington Oak series.
“We do our best to stay in front of the trends,” says Vice President of Product Development Danny Chen. “The Lexington Oak series finish is something that we are very proud of. Johnson Hardwood is known for our hand scraped hardwood flooring finishes. To add chatter the the hardwood finish was a bit risky, as it’s a more pronounced scraping method. We really wanted to design an Oak floor that looked aged and reclaimed, and we’ve accomplished it with this hardwood flooring product line.” The Lexington Oak series is made up of four different colors including, Lipizzan (gray, white, and beige), Suffolk (butterscotch with hints of brown), Appaloosa (gray with caramel), and Mustang (bronze with chocolate brown).. “Oak is the perfect choice for this type of finish. The Oak wood species itself is a symbol of Americana. The finish adds a legacy look as if the wood planks have been a part of the landscape of some rural place in the South.”