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Answered: How do I protect my pine floors from chair marks

I think you should be able to get coasters to put the chair legs on. They have carpet on the bottoms so they don't damage the floors.

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Hello, lightly the sand the areas with a 220 grit sandpaper to remove/feather out the edges where the poly came off, match the finish sheen and brush it on, remember two to three light coats are better than one heavy coat.

Answered: Best wood to use with Radiant floor heat? Woods to avoid?

Carol is right about the engineered wood flooring . Due to the engineered technology the wood floor boards are strong and stable. So you can use under floor heating with engineered wood floors. This is more about the stability of the engineered wood boards than the characteristics of different ...

Answered: What are the advantages of installing wood flooring within my home as

This web site answers your question concerning the advantages of having a wooden floor. According to the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) & Residential real estate agents, homes with wood floors hold their value better, sell faster, and fetch higher prices. By a three-to-one margin, real ...

Answered: I have installed laminate flooring in my home and ...

sounds like you did not use the correct size expansion space around the perimeter. Laminate floors cannot be installed longer than a 30 ft and sometimes as little as 20 ft run without an expansion joint. Add a joint in a hall and a Tmolding to give it room to settle back down and check the size ...

Answered: Have a wood floor that is over 100 years old has been covered with carpet

Remove the carpet from your wood floor. Check what’s beneath. If the wood floor surface is scratched you can get it sanded and sealed. You can use oils or lacquer to re-finish it. Sanding requires tools you will not have at home. You can rent these tools or call a professional to have it done for ...
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What is the strongest type of wood?

maple, but oak is good too. Although willow is strong, and cedar is durable.

Gaps in wood floors

I either use pva glue / resin mixed with wood dust as cheaper alternative or pine slivers if you are having the entire floor resurfaced. If you do not own the property I would opt for the resin mix. Glyn - www.gjpfloorsanding.com

Wood flooring

I think a light finish sanding and sealing is a solution for you. On the other hand I do not think you should worry about sanding. A real wood floor can be sanded few times during its lifetime. Depending on how deep the sanding is you may have 4-6 times of sanding.