A teardrop-shaped molding accessory for hardwood flooring, normally used at doorways, but sometimes at fireplaces and as a room divider. It is grooved on one edge and tapered or feathered on the other edge.
Refinish means to add a new coat of finish to the top of a hardwood floor. The goal of refinishing is to minimize the appearance of scratches, scuff marks and other signs of damage.
Hardwood flooring made from the prized, reclaimed wood of old barns and wooden structures.
A roughened or fuzzy condition of the face of the flooring in which the dense summerwood is raised above the softer springwood but not torn or separated.
Heartwood is a light to medium brown, commonly with a reddish cast. Grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven texture. Medium bending strength. High crushing strength. Red oak does not have the level of decay and rot resistance that white oak possesses. Used for...