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[Continued from Part 1 of this post…]The buffer will likely be at the forefront when it comes to finding options for refinishing floors that have already been sanded too much. Or homes built before...
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I believe this is the fourth or fifth time I have started this blog. Every New Year, most of us take the time to review the past year and think about the parts of our life we want to change, adjust...
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The buffer has always been my favorite piece of equipment. Like many my age who grew up around a wood floor contractor, I rode my dad's buffer when I wasn't riding a tricycle yet. I got the thrill of...
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Hey there fellow wood floor folk, I’m Steve Diggins and I will be sharing with you “Floor Stories” of past and present. I am about to start my 20th year working for Wood Pro Inc., a hardwood...
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Being able to create custom colors is an essential skill for any high-end wood flooring contractor these days, and that means creating endless samples. To be able to recreate those samples, you need...
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Picking up where we left off on that custom engineered job after the customer had told me he didn’t like the wenge stringing we had installed on the diamond inlays ... All I had to do was make a...
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When I execute floor jobs, I don’t just jump into things without planning them out. I enjoy thinking and analyzing, contemplating and predicting until I come up with the most efficient plan to...
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Back to that custom engineered job we've been discussing (see Part 1 and Part 2)... After going back and forth with my client and Oshkosh considering different wood species, we finally had a...
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This, too, will pass ... so to speak. I had to take some time off to get a kidney stone removed, not the best thing to do but not the worst thing to do, either. Thanks to so many people who emailed,
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I recently visited a home worth more than $1 million in Heritage Hills, a gated community in Lone Tree, Colo., just south of Denver. Before they moved in, the out-of-state homeowners hired a general...
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