Fumed Oak Rubio Monocoat

 

WHAT IS FUMED OAK FLOORING?

Fumed, or smoked oak is oak wood flooring which has been treated to change its color.  Fuming or smoking involves putting the oak into an enclosed environment in which ammonia is introduced into the atmosphere.  This enclosed environment might be a closed tank or a sealed tent or some form of container into which only a relatively small amount of ammonia is introduced.  The effect of the ammonia in the air is that the color of the wood is changed. Read More Click Here

 

 

 

Helping Clients ‘Go Green’ With Wood Flooring

The last time the green movement was this hot, you might have been wearing bell-bottoms and a peace symbol around your neck.Today, concern for the environment is back at the forefront. Global warming is a daily topic on the news. Major corporations, even Wal-Mart,are rolling out their own green initiatives.Green building has become more prevalent, including a high-profile green overhaul of the entire U.S. Capitol complex. Many federal,state and local municipalities are mandating green building for publicly funded new construction.     Whether or not you are concerned about environmental issues,one thing is certain: some of your potential customers are. To satisfy them, you must be green-savvy and able to source green products. Keep in mind that “green” means different things to different people; following is an overview of some aspects that can come into play when discussing environmental wood flooring products. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

September 6, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w42JZi2X4TE

 

Choosing a Wood Floor That’s Right for Your Home

The choice of flooring is one of the most basic yet important decisions a homeowner has to make when undertaking a renovation, as it underpins everything else. While there are plenty of different options, from carpet to terrazzo, one material is the acknowledged standard: hardwood.Choosing the right color for your wood floors is a big decision. After all,once your floor is complete you don’t want to have to go through the process refinishing for a very long time.  READ MORE CLICK HERE

September 6, 2016

 

 

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WHAT IS FUMED OAK FLOORING?

Fumed, or smoked oak is oak wood flooring which has been treated to change its color.  Fuming or smoking involves putting the oak into an enclosed environment in which ammonia is introduced into the atmosphere.  This enclosed environment might be a closed tank or a sealed tent or some form of container into which only a relatively small amount of ammonia is introduced.  The effect of the ammonia in the air is that the color of the wood is changed. Read More Click Here

 

 

 

Helping Clients ‘Go Green’ With Wood Flooring

The last time the green movement was this hot, you might have been wearing bell-bottoms and a peace symbol around your neck.Today, concern for the environment is back at the forefront. Global warming is a daily topic on the news. Major corporations, even Wal-Mart,are rolling out their own green initiatives.Green building has become more prevalent, including a high-profile green overhaul of the entire U.S. Capitol complex. Many federal,state and local municipalities are mandating green building for publicly funded new construction.     Whether or not you are concerned about environmental issues,one thing is certain: some of your potential customers are. To satisfy them, you must be green-savvy and able to source green products. Keep in mind that “green” means different things to different people; following is an overview of some aspects that can come into play when discussing environmental wood flooring products. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

September 6, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w42JZi2X4TE

 

Choosing a Wood Floor That’s Right for Your Home

The choice of flooring is one of the most basic yet important decisions a homeowner has to make when undertaking a renovation, as it underpins everything else. While there are plenty of different options, from carpet to terrazzo, one material is the acknowledged standard: hardwood.Choosing the right color for your wood floors is a big decision. After all,once your floor is complete you don’t want to have to go through the process refinishing for a very long time.  READ MORE CLICK HERE

September 6, 2016