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Selection, installation, finish and maintenance of wood floors for dwellings Public Deposited

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  • The popularity of wood for floors of dwellings dates back to pioneer days, when our forefathers used thick, hewed sections of log smoothed as far as possible on one face with an adz and laid edge to edge to make their puncheon floors . Later, during colonial days, when sawed lumber became available, planking of random widths fastened down with wooden pins was employed for floors. It was not until nearly the middle of the nineteenth century that the planing mill made its appearance, and the first product made in it was flooring, probably of a pattern somewhat approaching that now produced.
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