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Hello, fellow wood flooring craftsmen! Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring to go through some of my sentiments on business. Over the years, I have bounced ideas back and forth with many...
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Good day, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring to wrap up the herringbone project done in Kansas City with Kimminau Wood Floors [see Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3]. Last week we left off with the...
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Hello, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring to go through the third of four parts of the herringbone project recently completed in Kansas City in conjunction with Kimminau Wood Floors [also see...
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In 1987 I started my first hardwood flooring company, Cherrystone Custom Floors: Purveyors of Fine Wood Flooring. Our supplier, Wally Johnston of W.E. Johnston Floor Service, asked my partner and me...
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Yippee ki yi yo, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring, reporting from the high plains of Northern Colorado’s Front Range. Snowpack here in the Rocky Mountains is well above average this...
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Greetings and salutations, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring to go through a 4-inch select white oak project recently completed in Kansas City, Mo., in conjunction with Kimminau Wood...
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Hello, fellow wood flooring craftsmen, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring. I pulled back up to my home in Colorado last night after a great trip to Kansas City, Mo. Ben Kimminau, owner of...
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Tell me if this sounds familiar to you, and please feel free to post your thoughts in the comments! I was helping on small installation for a friend … (Here’s where it gets all wavy like we are...
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Hello, Keith Long here with Thunderheart Flooring with the final post to wrap up the white oak and santos mahogany five-tier border with French knot corners (see my first post and second post about...
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Okay, my fellow “floor guys.” We need to talk! The late great Mitch Hedberg said, “An escalator can never break, it can only become stairs. You would never see an ‘Escalator Temporarily Out...
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