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White Stained Stairs and Floor

Monday, April 13th, 2015

Using a rift and quartersawn white oak, we installed a floor and stairs in a private residence here in Portland.  The floors are 2 1/4″ quartersawn white oak and were installed throughout the home. We used a custom white stain and Bona Traffic waterborne finish on the stairs, landings and flooring.   Notice the beautiful […]

Anti-Slip Finish for Stairs and Floors

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Bona has a finish that is anti-slip which we have used on stair treads and steps and I thought it would be a good idea to try it in our home on our stairs to see how it works. In one word: Amazing.   We have wood stairs leading up to our second floor and this […]

Portland Rustic Hardwood Floors

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

Rustic floors are very popular and can really add to the décor of a room. This particular floor is a character grade Oregon white oak floor. It is random width – 2 ¼” , 3 ¼”, and 4 ¼”. We sanded and finished it with a coat of Bona sealer and three coats of Bona […]

Hardwood Flooring: Red Oak vs. White Oak

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

While there are oak trees used in flooring all over the world, for this blog, I’m going to be talking about North American Red and White Oak. Oak is probably the most used wood flooring in the United States because it is grown pretty much everywhere in North America. It is a slow growing tree […]