Here you will find informative material and helpful resources pertaining to hardwood flooring. For almost three decades we have focused our efforts solely on hardwood flooring which gives us a unique and exceptional level of expertise and we love being able to share that knowledge with you.

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A Friendly Reminder from PID Floors and the NWFA

Wood flooring will perform best when the interior environment is controlled to stay within a Relative Humidity range of 35-55% and a Temperature range 60-80° F. During the winter heating season, Relative Humidity levels plummet and extra care must be taken to maintain an adequate environment for your wood flooring to perform optimally, i.e. without failure. Nearly every wood floor will have some seasonal separation between the individual boards – this is normal. However, excessive shrinkage from low RH levels can cause more serious, irreparable issues like cracking, cupping, delamination, and even buckling. This can be prevented by using a humidifier during the cold winter months.


AIA CEU Course: Engineered vs. Solid Wood Floors

Learn the advantages of wood flooring. General understanding of the differences between engineered and solid wood floors. 

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AIA CEU Course: Green Wood Floors

Overview of green wood floor options. What exactly does it mean for floors to be green? Understand the importance of green floors. 

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PID Courses Wood Floors 101

Gain an understanding of the differences between engineered and solid wood floors, the benefits and limitations of engineered and solid flooring.

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