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North American hardwood flooring options: southern yellow pine

Posted on March 9th, 2012 In: Floor Sanding Services News, News

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There are a great many species of tree that are appropriate for use in a hardwood flooring application. One of the most common is red oak. Choosing southern yellow pine instead will save most consumers a little bit of money since it is slightly more affordable, but, of course, cost should not be the only […]

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Hardwood flooring installation options: glue

Posted on March 7th, 2012 In: Hardwood Floors Sanding News, News

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Just as there is more than “one way to skin a cat,” there are also many different methods homeowners can choose for the installation of their solid hardwood flooring. Those who decide to glue down such flooring often do it for practical reasons, such as when the hardwood must be installed on top of a […]

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Hardwood floor variations

Posted on March 5th, 2012 In: Floor Sanding Services News, News

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As tempting as it can be to believe that hardwood planks for flooring will be uniform because they are cut and often finished in a factory, wood is a natural substance that will exhibit some variations. Certainly, it is possible to cut a board to a standard size so that all planks perfectly match in […]

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Hardwood and the trend toward smaller homes

Posted on February 29th, 2012 In: Hardwood Floors Sanding News, News

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For some time now, the British have been interested in the concept of causing a smaller ecological “footprint” on the planet. In general, this refers to an attempt to live more simply and consume fewer resources. This kind of green lifestyle conserves resources for future generations, reduces the need for landfills, and helps to eliminate […]

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Turpentine as a hardwood flooring choice

Posted on February 25th, 2012 In: Hardwood Floors Sanding News, News

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Most individuals, upon hearing the term “turpentine,” will immediately think of a chemical akin to paint thinner.  Turpentine, however, is also a kind of wood that grows natively in Australia.  Its scientific name is Syncarpia glomulifera, but is generally marketed as either turpentine tree or lustre.  This latter name demonstrates how beautiful and shiny ...

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