Recycled Wood Flooring South Burlington VT

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Danaher Custom Services Incorporated
(802) 863-2073
10 Keari Ln
South Burlington, VT
 
Forte Harwood Flooring
(802) 862-6942
1860 Williston Rd
South Burlington, VT
 
Advantage Sport USA Incorporated
(802) 655-4008
1 Tigan St
Winooski, VT
 
New England Floor Covering Company
(802) 658-9336
257 Pine St
Burlington, VT
 
Bard Flooring
(802) 864-9801
235 Main St
Burlington, VT
 
Claires Boutiques
(802) 862-3344
155 Dorset St
South Burlington, VT
 
G W Lumber & Millwork
(802) 860-7370
1860 Williston Rd
South Burlington, VT
 
Clifton Burnell Wood Floors
(802) 343-9784
78 River St Apt A
Winooski, VT
 
Tri State Flooring
(802) 864-5589
7 Ambrose Pl
Burlington, VT
 
Able Paint Glass Flooring
(802) 655-6500
683 Pine St
Burlington, VT
 

The Evolution of Wood Flooring

How can wood flooring play a part in the world of recycling? Today’s wood floor options have expanded from what you can find in a flooring showroom to what you might see on a drive in the country.  
Recycled wood from old barns, fences and other structures provides unique flooring options for homeowners.

Recycled wood from older structures keeps landfills from growing out of control. It also gives homeowners the chance to make a real statement in their homes. Recycled wood gives a home character and style. And your floors will truly become a conversation piece when you entertain.

While recycled wood floors are durable and unique, they also come with some challenges.
 
Recycled wood is more expensive than traditional wood flooring. The recycled wood has to be prepared to be used in flooring, which takes time and money.
 
Recycled wood is more difficult to find than more common wood. The best place to start in locating recycled wood dealers is the Internet, but it can still be difficult to acquire, depending on where you live.

Of course, the ecological benefits probably outweigh the potential challenges. Recycled flooring prevents new trees from being harvested and helps prevent excess landfill.

If you are considering updating the flooring in your home, you just might want to take a drive in the country. That old barn that hasn’t been used in years may have the potential to provide your home with a rustic wood f...

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