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Reclaimed wood has become increasingly popular in recent years as a sustainable building material. It offers unique beauty and character that cannot be replicated with new wood. One of the most common uses for reclaimed wood is in walls and flooring. In this post we will discuss the benefits, beauty, and sustainability of reclaimed wood […]
White Oak is a popular choice for hardwood flooring due to its high level of durability and natural beauty. The density of White Oak is one of the main reasons it is so durable for hardwood flooring. The Janka rating of White Oak (measures the level of hardness by pushing a steel ball into the […]
RUSTIC WHITE OAK FLOORING – MARCH SPECIAL SALE, NOW 35% OFF! Only $9.95 per square foot + free shipping on orders over 400 square feet! *Free shipping for our rustic white oak flooring is only available within the continental U.S. Our wide plank live-sawn White Oak engineered flooring is adorned with reclaimed rustic character. Its […]
Circular-sawn, wire-brushed, and hand-scraped finishes are popular hardwood textures for people who want a rustic wood floor texture. Each hardwood texture offers a range of benefits for homeowners. Here are those benefits: Circular-sawn Circular-sawn texture is created by cutting a log with a large circular saw blade, which gives the flooring a unique and rustic […]
Hardwood floors are a popular choice among homeowners for their durability, beauty, and versatility. But did you know that hardwood floors are also an eco-friendly option for your home? In this post we’re going to explore why hardwood floors made from salvaged wood from dead trees and reclaimed wood are an environmentally friendly choice, and […]
What is Wire-Brushed Wood Flooring? Wire brushed wood flooring is a unique texturing process for hardwood floors to create an authentic weathered rustic appearance. Wire brushed flooring is becoming increasing popular for its natural, organic appearance and durability. The process of wire brushing involves a stiff wire brush to remove the soft fiber of the […]
Source: KPAX MISSOULA – With Missoula’s dire need for more housing, it didn’t come as a surprise over the course of 2022 as dozens of new projects popped up across the city. Housing development also continued in the South Hills and lower Grant Creek, and the Scott Street area is poised to welcome several hundred […]
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We knew this time would come, usable Beetle Killed Pine trees are dwindling. After the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic swept through Western North America 10+ years ago and killed millions of acres of trees, now these dead-standing trees are rapidly deteriorating. Montana’s long cold Winters have slowed the deterioration, however, it is just a matter […]
Source: CNBC As the U.S. housing market falls hard from its pandemic-driven highs, home improvement retailers like Home Depot and Lowe’s don’t seem to be feeling the same pain. In fact, they’re faring better than expected. While homebuilding and home remodeling are integrally connected, the market forces behind each can be different, and that’s what’s […]
Source: Mark Moss The U.S. only has 25 days of diesel fuel left which could prove terrible consequences. But it may even be worse than it sounds!… and not just for the U.S. but the rest of the world. However, no one has done the research to explain the problems, risks, reasons, and affects. In […]
WHAT IS HAND-SCRAPED HARDWOOD FLOORING? Hand-scraped hardwood flooring was a staple in homes for centuries. This traditional flooring was the norm throughout history before machines were invented for planing and sanding. This method required a master craftsman to hand plane every board with nothing other than a hand plane tool. The result was smooth uneven […]
What is circular sawn wood flooring? Circular saws were invented in the late 18th century and were in common use in sawmills in the United States by the middle of the 19th century. The invention transformed America allowing sawmills to substantially increase their production compared to the historic method of a whipsaw. A whipsaw was […]
Source: Outside, By Maggie Slepian A writer in Bozeman, Montana, grapples with the wealthy wave of newcomers gentrifying the town she moved to ten years ago—as a dirtbag pursuing the western dream. I don’t remember thinking Bozeman was particularly trendy when I moved here in 2012. I was drawn to the place because rent was […]