Color Change

Color Change

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Exposed wood has darkened

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Original color under the heat vent

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Color change

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Severe color change

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Severe color change

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Severe color change

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Severe color change

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Severe color change

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Exposed wood has lightened

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Color change

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Exposed wood has darkened/yellowed

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Color change

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Color change

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Color change

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What you need to know

Color changes in hardwood flooring are a naturally occurring characteristic of wood floors which is accelerated in areas with greater exposure to light. As the wood floor ages, it will change in color as it gains its final character and patina. Some wood species will change more than others. This is especially true of …..

Industry Standards

The National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) states the following in the 2018 Technical Publication, Problems, Causes and Cures:

Wood changes color through oxidation and/or photochemical exposure, which is a change that cannot

Technical Guidelines

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