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Decorating with Antique Wood Floors and Paneling

by Whole Log Lumber on 01-20-2012 at 06:57 PM
Recovered and restored from deconstructed industrial-era factories, the strength and totally unique beauty of these floors have stood the test of one lifetime already and become more distinctive with age.

When looking for antique wood floors, many consumers are first impressed by antique wood's natural beauty & durability. Consider another positive aspect of decorating with wood flooring and paneling; it's environmentally sound.

Besides being beautiful and hardwearing, buying reclaimed wood floors is an environmentally responsible and earth friendly opportunity. As Sustainable wall coverings, paneling walls with antique & reclaimed wood

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Old Wood Flooring: Creating Natural Beauty with Reclaimed Wood Flooring

by Whole Log Lumber on 01-20-2012 at 06:54 PM
Created by popular demand for a mid-range antique product, our select grade creates a beautiful floor with no less than 65% heart content

Many people seem to think that the wood flooring they put into their new homes has to be new. However, those who are wise, consider using old wood flooring in their new homes.

Even though others tend to think that "new" automatically means "better" - don't take that stance when considering wood flooring for your new home. Here’s why - when it comes to wood, usually "old" is better - that's why antique furniture so

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Selecting Wood for Flooring

by Whole Log Lumber on 01-20-2012 at 06:50 PM
Also known as flat sawn this cut produces a wide cathedral pattern or arching grain. The end of the board shows somewhat horizontal lines.This is tongue & groove pine flooring.

This is our best seller. With at least 98% heart content, this beautiful floor becomes richer and darker with each year. Some boards may be clear, some may have small tight knots, and a few small nail holes may be present.

With so many choices it can be confusing. You know what you like but there are several factors to consider when comparing prices. Not all floors are created equal!

  1. Make sure you're clear about what type of wood flooring you are looking for – either “Strip” or “Plank.”

    STRIP FLOORING is denoted by the thickness & width of the wood strips. Strip flooring has a set width, but the thickness can vary.

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