NWFA’s Hardwood Floors magazine would like to thank you for reading and supporting our publication throughout 2022. As this year comes to a close, we are sharing our most read articles from 2022. If you missed them earlier this year, catch up now on these popular stories. And, keep reading for a special thank you to all of the advertisers who supported Hardwood Floors in 2022.
Most-Read Stories of 2022
Solid Board Subfloors and Old Wood Floors
Prior to the plywood and OSB sheet goods we are most familiar with today, solid board subflooring was the go-to material used as wooden subfloors. This type of subfloor has a long, diverse history. Read More
40 Under 40
Hardwood Floors is honored to recognize 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the wood flooring industry. Meet the 2022 “40 Under 40,” whose accomplishments have established them as some of the industry’s brightest stars. Read More
Acclimating Engineered Hardwood Flooring – Why It’s Important
Before engineered flooring can be installed, it must be at, or close to, the equilibrium moisture content (EMC), as defined by the manufacturer requirements, to avoid moisture-related failures like cupping, crowning, or warping. This article will answer questions and provide some crucial tips for the acclimation of engineered flooring. Read More
NWFA Launches Engineered Wood Flooring Refinishable Program
The ability to refinish a wood floor is the foundational attribute that has traditionally separated wood floors from all other flooring types. Many end users don’t even know that refinishing an engineered (or solid) wood floor is an option. Read More
2023 Industry Outlook
The wood flooring industry is optimistic for 2023. However, persistent challenges such as supply chain disruption, labor shortages, and economic uncertainty remain top of mind. Read More
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