White Pine Flooring Installation

White pine flooring : From traditional to modern

White pine flooring a knotty, soft, porous, light color and inexpensive wood species. Found in new and old homes, commonly used in traditional interior design with polyurethane finishes. Now how has made  ways into more modern interior styles, with lime washing and hard wax oil finishing techniques.  Achieving a rustic, modern look without breaking the bank with this wood specie.  Learn how to install these tongue and groove, wide plank flooring and get some finishing tips to give your old pine wood flooring a modern touch. 

white pine flooringAfter you've prepared your sub-floor and had laid out your vapor barrier. Begin with a layout of your wide plank pine flooring. Move the flooring boards around until, you get your desired look.
white pine flooringPre-cut your oversized end pieces for each row. Then cut the flooring boards to fit as you install them.
white pine flooringThese pine flooring are stapled down, then faced nailed. The faced nails are nailed 6-8" apart, into the knotted areas, to keep them hidden. Carefully place nails in areas that will be less noticable.
white pine flooringWith the hardwood floor installation complete, the pine flooring is now, ready for sanding and finishing.
white pine flooringThe home owner's previous wood floors were damaged, from rot and from the house settling over the years. They chose white pine to maintain the old charm of the house.
white pine flooringAlways, start from your longest wall to keep your floors parallel to your walls and straight throughout your home.
white pine flooringWhen making a transition to a different flooring material. Install a divider, like this one, to keep the surfaces at the same height. Keep the width the same as the door casing.
white pine flooringA matching pine flooring threshold was made for this doorway. You can make one by just beveling both sides at a 45 degree angle, leaving a 1/4" reveal at the base.
white pine flooringUse a reducer to go from one level to another. Hand planing the front edge into a curve, then finishing it off with a sander. The slightly rounded edge will hold more wood floor finish.
white pine flooringAfter sanding and applying three coats of oil-base Satin polyurethane, these floors are ready for move-in and foot traffic.
white pine flooringIf, you like the traditional look. Choose white pine flooring, for an inexpensive, easy floor to install, sand and finish

Update your white pine flooring to a more modern look

white pine flooringUse hard wax oils, will give your pine flooring a more natural, warm inviting looking versus the plastic look that polyurethane provides
white pine flooringStain layering with the combination of aniline dyes and wood stains will give you a unqiue look with highlights and vibrant colors.
white pine flooringFor deep dark tones that a regular wood stain can't give you, add a layer of aniline dye.
white pine flooringAdding a medium stain such as Provincial will enhance the look of your pine floors.

Choose an ideal company

You have done all the research and now have the knowledge. Don't choose the wrong flooring company.

Why work with average, when you can work with an ideal hardwood flooring company? Avoid opting for sub-par products, poor workmanship, the lack of industry knowledge and training for the sake of something new. 
With G & S Floors, you will experience optimum personal service, with superlative, effective premium quality workmanship in the industry and high quality products. Homes are one of the biggest and most important investments and should be cared by an ideal company.

We've been in business over 19 years. We are a NWFA flooring contractor and follow industry standards and best practice for hardwood flooring installation, sand and finishing. We have access to training and ongoing professional development. We have a well trained staff and we never stop learning. We have a powerful network of talented professionals, distributors, manufactures and experts.

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