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What is the Janka Rating? The Janka rating is a wood floor hardness scale. It is part of a test that measures the hardness of a wood species used for hardwood flooring. It is named after Gabriel Janka, an Austrian wood researcher who developed the test. The Janka test involves measuring the force required to […]

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Refinishing aluminum oxide hardwood floors can be a bit more challenging than refinishing a traditional hardwood floor because aluminum oxide is such a hard, durable, and protective finish that it is more resistant to standard refinishing techniques. However, it is still possible to refinish aluminum oxide floors with some care and the right equipment. For […]

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Character-grade Hickory flooring is most often produced by a technique called “live-sawn”. A live-sawn board, like the ones found in our rustic Hickory flooring, is rich and variable in color with distinctive natural characteristics due to the way it’s cut from the log. Live sawn is a method of sawing lumber that involves cutting the […]

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Live Sawn Hickory Flooring Live Sawn Hickory, also referred to as French Cut is a European approach to cutting lumber. Live-sawn cut floors apply a century-old technique that has long been the standard style of cutting logs in Europe. This is the most unique way to cut a log into hardwood flooring planks because it […]

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