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Hot Special Prices Hardwood flooring on Select grade #1 Butter Rum Handscraped (Royalty Collection)IMG_20150616_095506_229 


 3/4"X 4 3/4" 23.25 sq.ft Per. Carton 

23.25 sq.ft.cartonBirch generally has a lighter sapwood and a darker contrasting heartwood. Boards that have both often display an attractive combination of light creamy shades mixed with darker red and brown tones. If you like this type of action and color variation, you'll find it with certain varieties of birch hardwood floors. It's this characteristic that sets birch apart from other North American hardwoods flooring.

 You might see another 'type' of birch hardwood flooring called "red" birch. It's actually just the heartwood of the yellow birch. The lack of the lighter sapwood gives this birch floor a richer, more red-toned color.

Finally, any discussion on birch wood floors would be remiss without mention of "flamed birch". This is a name given to a type of birch that produces a visual shimmer or waviness which looks like tongues or waves of flames in the wood, usually perpendicular to the grain. This characteristic is also known as "curly birch" and is found in other woods like maple (such as curly maple).


Acacia Natural Select Grade 3/8"x5" or 1/2"x5" or 3/4"x5"

    Select grade Acacia hardwood Flooring/Natural           

       3/8"x5" or 1/2"x5" or 3/4"x5"

                    Call or email for prices.


Select grade Woodford Handscraped (Royalty Collection) Hardwood Flooring

3/4"x 4 3/4"  23.25 sq.ft. carton 

  • Sweet Birch (Betula lenta)
    Sweet birch is the hardest of the typical birch hardwood flooring that are used for flooring. It's a bit harder than sugar maple, red and white oak.

Birch generally has a lighter sapwood and a darker contrasting heartwood. Boards that have both often display an attractive combination of light creamy shades mixed with darker red and brown tones. If you like this type of action and color variation, you'll find it with certain varieties of birch wood floors. It's this characteristic that sets birch apart from other North American hardwoods.



Select grade Natural Birch Handscraped (Royalty Collection)

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3/4"X 4 3/4"  23.25 sq.ft. per carton.




8mm $1.33 sq.ft


4' x 7.67'' x 8.3mm

(20.5sq.ft/carton-70cartons-1435sq.ft/pallet)*25 yr limited guarantee*

Laminate floors offer homeowners the look of natural wood, ceramic tile or slate that is both affordable and easy to maintain. Because laminate floors are moisture resistant they can be used in areas where

traditional hardwoods can’t such as a basement, laundry room or bathroom.


Laminate/Shear Elegance

8mm $1.49 sq.ft------12mm $1.99 sq.ft


4' x 5'' x 8.3mm

(19.6sq.ft/carton-48cartons-940.8sq.ft/pallet)*25 yr limited guarantee*


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  • 3 Reasons to Choose Pre-Finished Hard Wood FloorsThere are both pros and cons to selecting pre-finished vs unfinished hardwood floors. With many consumers considering DIY projects in order to save money, the question can be asked, “Why choose pre-finished hardwood floors?”

    Manufacturers who apply finishing treatments to hard woods do so in order to protect them from stains, discolorations and water penetration. These treatments are either applied after the wood is applied to the subfloor or before shipping the material.

    There are advantages to consider if you choose a pre-finished hardwood:

    1. Durability: Hardwoods can be a more costly choice, so you want to make sure they will last. Pre-finished floors are more durable because of the powerful chemical sealers, which are applied by commercial processes not available to on site installers. Typically this consists of aluminum oxide crystals embedded in a UV cured urethane coat. While site applied finishes warranty for 3-5 years, factory applied treatments will often have warranties of 5-25 years or more according to Joseph Lewitin, flooring expert.
    2. Easy to Install: There is value in saving time and messiness. Putting down pre-finished floors allows you to avoid the labor-intensive process of staining and sanding the wood yourself. You are also subject to the odor and residue being in the air and throughout your home as the floors dry and cure if you do it yourself.
    3. Maintenance: Pre-finished floors have already been stained, sealed and are ready for care-free maintenance. Lewitin tells us, “They tend to be slightly more impervious to stains, moisture, and other discolorations than floors that are finished on site.” Let’s not forget that because of the factory seals, they are more durable so it will be longer before you are faced with refinishing.

    While there are some advantages to doing it yourself, as with anything you must weigh the pros and cons. There is no doubt that pre-finished hardwoods have important and compelling reasons to be considered over un-finished hardwoods. As with anything having to do with flooring, it’s all a matter of personal preference, available time and money.

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  • 2Parents considering new flooring probably have questions and concerns related to what floors are best for their families. When considering safety, health and durability, Consumer Reports has some information you might want to review. To summarize each area, let’s break them down:

    Safety: Of course you want your children to be safe. Choosing flooring that is suitable for the busiest areas of your home is important. For instance, if your dining room does not receive a lot of foot traffic, you should be fine in installing more expensive hardwoods. But for your kitchen, playroom and bedrooms, consider that young feet will likely be barefooted and could be wet. Think about slipping, sliding and falling and which all kids are likely to do. You want to try to prevent it, but when this does happen, it is better when the surface is more forgiving.

    Health: Parents are very aware these days of home products being eco-friendly. With allergies on the rise, considering flooring that does not affect your child’s health is important. If you have pets who shed, their hair and dander can land on your floors, increasing potential for allergens. Ask about the FloorScore Certification and volatile organic compounds in products you are interested in. Even lead exposure and other chemical compounds can be found in varying flooring options, so read about your potential flooring choices and their health ratings before you buy.

    Durability: Kids take a toll on floors! This goes from equipment, such as high chairs, to toys with wheels and other parts with scratching potential. Consumer Reports has done testing on simulated exposure to scuffs, scratches, sunlight, dents, and spills to help you decide what choice is right for you. You have to consider products that not only look good, but can take the necessary wear and tear of the cleaning that goes along with kid usage. The best solid wood, laminate, and vinyl in Consumer Report Ratings were also best in their simulated foot-traffic tests.

    Making the right choice in family-friendly flooring can be an easy process. By considering safety, health and durability while doing your homework, reading and asking questions, you can find the right flooring choice to suit your family’s needs.

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  • UnderstandingWe’re sharing some very helpful hints of how to use your old carpet scraps from Jennifer Stimpson, This Old House Magazine. Here we go!

    Cut up and move your heavy carpet: put under the corners and slide to your new destination.

    Help your knees: carpet squares make the perfect knee cushion for gardening or kneeling on your hard floors. Store and reuse any time you “kneed” them (lol).

    Give your dog some luxury living: old carpet makes a great covering for a dog house, crate or favorite spot that you don’t want worn out.

    Insulate your compost pile: just lay the old carpet over your pile and let it do the work. It will heat and keep moisture in so composting happens.

    Protect areas from damage: think about the walls where your car doors open, or if you are moving large furniture through a door way and need a soft buffer. Scraps are super helpful for these tight spots.

    Screen cleaning: who knew? Dip your carpet scrap into sudsy water and wipe over your window screens. This allows the cleanser and strands to work their magic and provide you with cleaner screens!

    Pad a noisy washer or dryer: a little wedge of carpet underneath your bouncing washer or bumping dryer can do the trick to muffle the sounds.

    Now we are adding a few faves of our own:

    Time Out Corner: a carpet scrap makes a perfect “spot” to go to when you child needs a little “time out.”

    Working Underneath a Car: lay a scrap down to protect your home mechanic’s back while underneath the car.

    Furniture Moving & Storage: wedging carpet scraps between furniture protects pieces from scratching while moving and storing.

    Happy cat: Make a clawing pole for your favorite feline by wrapping an old scrap around a wooden post.

    Patch a spot: this is a must. Keep some scraps of your original carpet handy in case of major spills or discolorations you cannot clean up. A skilled installer can help you cut out the bad spot and replace with the scrap to look new again.

    What are your favorite uses for your carpet scraps?

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  • Untitled design-9 Engineered wood flooring has become a popular choice for today’s homeowners. There are many reasons: price, durability and appearance. No matter what type of wood flooring look you are searching for, there is an engineered version for you. In fact, “This Old House” says it’s “a dead ringer for solid wood.”

    Since the term “engineered” can be a bit confusing and intimidating for buyers, understanding how the floors are made and installed might help ease your concerns.

    Engineered hardwood is actually composed of 3 to 10 layers of structural wood layers including a pre-finished veneer wood surface layer. Every layer is called a “ply” and is adhered in various directions to add strength before being glued under high pressure. Typically, the more layers, the better the quality. Considered more stable than a solid wood floor, the laminated construction technique results in an engineered product that offers many benefits.

    “This Old House” gives us the “Good, Better, Best” rating system. Good indicates 3 ply, Better means 5 plys and Best goes with 7 – 9 plys or more. Read more here:,,20255324-4,00.html

    Other advantages include how humidity and temperature affect engineered wood. It is less prone to shrinkage and movement once installed. Also, factory finishes allow the buyer to see what they are getting in terms of color and design. Furthermore, rich in aluminum oxides and cured under ultraviolet lights, the planks, when installed, have small beveled joints that catch dirt. This actually protects the floors from grit having nowhere to go and scratching up the floors.

    There are several installation options: 1) direct gluing down on concrete slabs 2) over wood subfloors you may install using a nail down or interlocking floating floor.

    Bob Formisano, Home Repair Expert, has written a helpful article entitled, “Engineered Wood Flooring Installation 101.” This step-by-step explanation can help the homeowner to understand exactly how engineered floors go down and why they are considered the right choice for many. If engineered wood flooring seems like the right choice for you, come see our selection at Beaver Carpets.

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  • How to Know

    If you are thinking of making flooring changes in your home, you may question what type of floor is right for the various rooms in your home. While it is a matter of choice, some common sense should play into the various spaces depending on the use of the room and the look you are trying to achieve.

    Entryways: These areas tend to take a lot of traffic and are more susceptible to weather issues. Tile and hardwoods are usually a good choice for entryways. Pets, dirt, sand, children and other factors may determine which choice is best. For a front entry, something that sets the tone for the house is appropriate. For instance, a more formal interior might call for beautiful tile or elegant hardwoods. Untitled design-5A back entry could require more durable scratch resistant flooring that takes higher traffic requirements. Think about what is outside the entry and what might be coming inside. Then choose the flooring accordingly that is both practical and beautiful.

    Bedrooms: Carpet is still king in the bedroom. This is because most people want something soft underfoot, that is also sound friendly and gives a warmer, cozier feel to the space. Other options are certainly fine, however carpet offers so much variety in pile, color, and texture that it enhances design and style of any bedroom. In a space where bare feet are the norm, carpet remains the most popular choice.

    Kitchen and dining room: These two spaces are usually connected or combined and subsequently end Untitled design-7up being the same flooring. Here, you will likely want something easy to clean and maintain that is moisture friendly while durable. Wood and tile are the most prominent choices, and even cork is becoming a popular choice. These rooms are where guests will likely convene, so choices that are pleasing esthetically will make you want to spend more time in these areas.

    Living/TV Room: This may be where you spend the most of your “down” time, so choosing a floor that matches the style of furniture and accomplishes the look you are trying to achieve allows anything to go here. Pick what you like and makes you feel good.

    Bathroom: You cannot ignore that the flooring needs to be moisture friendly. This means ceramic tile might be your best option, because laminate and hardwoods tend to absorb moisture instead. If you use natural stone or marble, be sure to seal them with protective coating. You’ll be on these floors in bare feet, so do a little test run with no shoes on to help you make the best choice.

    Untitled design-6Playroom: Children invariably spend a lot of time on the floor. Therefore, carpet may be your best bet in a playroom. It is comfortable for sitting, rolling around and playing on the floor. If any tumbling takes place, carpet is more forgiving to falls. For tv watching or game playing, stretching out on the floor can be ideal. It also helps to keep the noise level down. Finally, some carpets are spill-friendly and can be easy to clean.

    Making the right choice of flooring depending on the variety of spaces you have throughout your home can make a big difference in your long-term satisfaction. Do your homework and consider the variety of options while working with a qualified consultant who can guide you. At the end of the day, your enjoyment is the ultimate goal.

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