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Adolinda

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“Ovidio has remodeled the house, put a sprinkler system in the house, reinforced the house, and more. He is our numbe...”

Serving San Francisco, CA
As a full service construction contractor, Adolinda has some of the most skilled and experienced craftsmen in the industry. Their close attention to detail, and desire to exceed our customers expectations, is what separates our work from all the rest. No matter what size or scope, you can count on u...

Floor Depot

Serving San Francisco, CA License: 957353
Floor Depot is a family owned and operated business, serving the San Francisco Bay Area. Floor Depot continues to offer the highest quality of flooring expertise, highest quality brands, materials, and installation. Floor Depot wants nothing less than your complete satisfaction, which is what our co...

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If you’ve had San Francisco, California flooring contractors install hardwood floors in your home, there are of number of tips you should know before cleaning them. First off, avoid oil-based wax, polish and cleaning substances. Next, don’t use steel wool. Furthermore, it’s best to refrain from using a wet mop on your new hardwood floor installation. San Francisco professionals say this could lead to warping and joint-line separation. Don't use any type of buffing machine. Another good idea is to use protective mats. These will collect the dirt, sand and other substances that can otherwise be tracked into your home and onto your flooring.