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Teak Flooring

Teak is a large tropical hardwood tree that's indigenous to Southeast Asia. Teak is often used to make boat decks, furniture (outdoor and indoor) and flooring....(more on Teak Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Teak Flooring

Red and White Oak Flooring

Both white and red oak trees are capable of flourishing in a variety of habitats, and are two of the most popular hardwood floor types in the United States. While...(more on Red and White Oak Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Red and White Oak Flooring

Maple Flooring

When it comes to maple flooring and furniture, there are plenty of options to choose from. There are approximately 125 known maple species, including shrubs and...(more on Maple Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Maple Flooring

Walnut Flooring

Walnut trees are part of the plant family Juglanaceae, and can grow up to 130 feet tall. They are deciduous, or lose their leaves seasonally once they've reached...(more on Walnut Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Walnut Flooring

Pecan Flooring

Pecan hardwood flooring, also known as hickory, can last a long time and add great beauty to your home. It is not as hard as some hardwood floors - it has a rating...(more on Pecan Flooring)

By Adrian Zupp, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Pecan Flooring

Ipê (Brazilian Walnut) Flooring

Ipê, also know as Brazilian Walnut flooring comes from a type of tree that descends from the plant family Tabebuia. This species is native to some parts of...(more on Ipê (Brazilian Walnut) Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Ipê (Brazilian Walnut) Flooring

Brazilian Cherry – The most popular exotic hardwood floor in the USA

Brazilian Cherry - also known as Jatobá - is an immensely popular choice among hardwood floor buyers. And for good reason: Brazilian Cherry comes in a range...(more on Brazilian Cherry – The most popular exotic hardwood floor in the USA)

By Adrian Zupp, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on December 19, 2008
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Brazilian Cherry – The most popular exotic hardwood floor in the USA
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