In hardwood flooring, a small round hole not more than 1/16″ (1.5626mm) in diameter, made by a small wood-boring insect.
When shopping for a hardwood floor you will see boards in various sizes. The narrower board widths are referred to as “strips” and the wider units as “planks.” When we think of solid wood floors we generally are talking about a 3/4″ thick plank that is 2...
A process of impregnating lumber or other wood products with various chemicals, such as preservatives and fire-retardants, by forcing the chemicals into the structure of the wood using high pressure.
A method of sawing lumber, where the log is cut tangential to the growth rings.
Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes, which was formally known as the Pan European Forest Certification Scheme.
To convert a log into veneer by rotary cutting.