MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com, Author at Bode Floors

MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com, Author at Bode Floors

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A Guide to Pairing Wood Furniture With Wood Flooring

Upgrade your home’s interior design with this guide to pairing wood floors with wood furniture. Combining pieces with similar features can seem like a challenge, but with a little practice, you’ll feel more confident about incorporating several wood accents into the same room. Factors That Impact the Appearance of Wood Before browsing Pinterest for inspiration, Read More

By MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com | November 25th, 2020

The Pros and Cons of Heated Flooring

Heated flooring, already quite popular in Asia and Europe, has been gaining popularity in the U.S. This unique system operates quietly and helps promote better indoor air quality since it doesn’t involve ductwork and vents while remaining out of sight. Before deciding if it’s right for your home, see the advantages and disadvantages of installing Read More

By MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com | November 16th, 2020

How to Remove Odors From Carpet

There’s nothing worse than coming home after a long day to a carpet that smells. Whether it’s from a pet or spilled food, numerous sources can cause lingering odors. Learn more about a few techniques you can use to remove smells from your carpet. Baking Soda Baking soda is one of the most widely used Read More

By MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com | October 7th, 2020

Does My Floor Have Water Damage?

People assume that water damage to flooring results from either a downpour, flooding, or burst pipes. This thought ignores the fact that other factors can also contribute to severe damage if left unnoticed. Examples include roof ice damming, toilet overflow, appliance malfunction, and more. Effects of Water on Wooden Floors The above scenarios increase humidity Read More

By MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com | September 9th, 2020

How to Protect Your Floors During a Move

Moving is a hectic process. With so many other things to worry about, people often forget to make sure that they’re protecting their floors. Here are a few tips for keeping your floors looking their best after you move in. Cover Your Floors Before you move your furniture in or out of your home or Read More

By MicheleSarsitis@cbflooring.com | August 19th, 2020