Wood floors are one of the most beloved features of old houses—their popularity spans across styles and centuries. But they also require a bit of upkeep to endure the passage of time in top form. Sometimes, all they need is a cosmetic fix, but often the problem goes deeper—to squeaks, gaps, missing boards, and the like. Fortunately, there's a solution for just about every wood-floor issue, and OHJ has covered a lot of them. The articles below represent the best of our advice on keeping wood flooring in tip-top shape, from quick fixes to more involved repairs. If you have a question about your wood floors, we're betting the answer is here.