There are several terms used by contractors and other hardwood flooring professionals. This article discusses several commonly used terms and offers…
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There are several terms used by contractors and other hardwood flooring professionals. This article discusses several commonly used terms and offers a hardwood flooring glossary.
Whether you hire a professional to install your new hardwood floor or you've decided to do it yourself, there are some terms you may want to familiarize yourself with. Here are some of the most commonly used hardwood terms.
Hopefully, these terms can make it easier to communicate with your contractor or the sales associates at flooring stores.
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