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Many Pine trees were near extinct during the end of the industrial revolution as a result of it being the main material used to build expansive amounts of textile factories, warehouses, farmhouses, barns, homes and other industrial factories. They are still being harvested today in many pine forests in the United States; however, they are now reaped at an early stage, which gives it just enough time to be used as lumber. Pine wood requires no difficult sanding and is dense in nature. It comes in a variety of widths and grades for use as a flooring material. It can be clear with a tight, straight grain and may have small or large knots depending on the type of pine.

Pine floors have been around for ages. They add country charm aura to any area and have mostly a yellow or golden tone. Pine flooring can also be sourced in abundance from the past with reclaiming and recycling old buildings from the 1800’s that were mainly built with pine wood. As a homeowner or homebuilder, a variety of choices exist with the selection of pine hardwood floors. A detailed description of each type of pine flooring can be explored by clicking the links below:

 
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Below are the different types of pine wood:
Antique Heart Pine - old pine found in building structures that is recycled into “new” wood flooring.

Georgia Hardwood - these hardwoods are mass produced and supplied in geographic locations that dates back to colonial times.

Reclaimed Heart Pine - a very durable lumber that is now recovered from old buildings of the 18th century.

Georgia Pine - produced in the southeastern states with a rich golden appearance.

Southern Pine - southeastern states harvest this softwood species and it used as an ideal flooring material.

River Recovered Heart Pine- This wood is prized as an aged gem lost during the 18th century and is now recovered from river bottoms.

Heartwood Pine - the heartwood of pine trees is a lost treasure that can now be found in historic buildings across America and is reutilized as flooring.

 

General Guidelines to Keep Your Hardwood Flooring in Great Shape
These simple steps can prolong the life and beauty of your hardwood floor regardless of the specific type of wood you may have. Close curtains and blinds- UV rays from sunlight can fade colors and cause discoloration. Use protectors under furniture bar hardwood floor looking new:

  • Close curtains and blinds- UV rays from sunlight can fade colors on floor and sometimes cause discoloration
  • Place floor protectors under furniture
  • Clean, wipe or blot spills immediately to help prevent stains.
  • Place doormats at every door- this helps to trap dirt at the doorway instead of transferring it to the floor inside the home. The coco mat, featured on QVC, traps all types of particles such as dust, mud, snow and can be used for the front door, patio or even the garage.
  • Take care when moving heavy objects like furniture and equipment- utilize furniture coaters to transport heavy objects across floors.
  • Dust and vacuum floors regularly to maximize beauty and decrease buildup of debris
  • Exercise caution when using bleaches, mildew removers, oven cleaners, drain openers and plant food as these contain strong chemicals that can discolor floors.
  • Always follow your manufacturer’s guidelines on products that are safe for your hardwood floor type.
  • Rearrange area rugs occasionally as they block sunlight causing a discolored appearance under the rug.
  • Avoid exposure to water on hardwoods.
  • Maintain normal humidity of 40-60% throughout all seasons of the year to reduce the natural expansion and contraction process typically found in hardwoods. Humidity levels can be maintained with air conditioners, humidifiers, de-humidifiers or with a heating system.
  • Keep pets nails trimmed and filed and remove stiletto style heels to minimize scratches.
  • Never clean hardwood floors with steel wools or scouring powders as these can cause damage.
 
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