Humidity is not a friend of hardwood flooring, so ensuring as little humidity as possible where wood floors are installed is vital. The more you know about this requirement, the better prepared you can be, so here are some facts that will help with your hardwood remodel.

Humidity removal in various ways


The first and most important way to deal with humidity when working with hardwood flooring is to ensure successful acclimation. This service can last one to three days and works to provide an equalized level of moisture between your flooring and the environment into which wood floors will be installed.

However, there are other reasons to be careful with humidity to ensure flooring that doesn't buckle, warp, or crack, well after installation. For example, in cases where there has been a spill or flooding, it could be necessary to run a dehumidifier until all dampness and humidity are gone.

Area rugs and runners can be a great addition to your home, especially in the hallway, where damp footprints can leave extra moisture and humidity. Since this space isn't usually well-aerated, avoiding a humidity buildup with hardwood flooring can be more critical.

We have the wood flooring and services you need


At Express Flooring, we work hard to ensure your floors look good in your home, so our mobile showroom brings the flooring store to your door. It also takes the hassle, anxiety, and frustration out of the shopping process and ensures complete satisfaction from product selection through installation.

We are based in Arizona, Texas, Las Vegas, & New Mexico, and our San Antonio and Austin service areas include New Braunfels, San Marcos, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Seguin, and more. So when you're ready to pick the perfect hardwood flooring in San Antonio, TX, contact us to schedule an appointment.