While the winter, some parts of the house suffered the most stress is the floor, because the floor is a place exposed to water, mud, and salt. How to wood tile flooring in your home is more durable and protected from damage due to the influence of winter?
You must have a special mudroom or foyer during the winter, because winter when people often bring mud, road salt, and snow into the house. If you do not have a mudroom, then you can use a lot of mats are placed next to the front door.
During the winter, the moisture content of air is much lower than usual during the summer. Your tile flooring will experience pressure, and a good method to keep them from warping or cracking is to use a humidifier in high risk areas. In that case, use a humidifier in the wood-floored rooms that get the most traffic.
Maybe once a month, take a Sunday afternoon to sweep and mop your floors that receive a high volume of foot traffic. That’s good for wood floors to absorb a little moisture, so long as it does not just sit there and you mop up quickly. You will also desalinate the unseen and the buildup of dirt that can damage the wood tile flooring from time to time.