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Garrison II Flooring, Smooth Series

Posted by DonnaK (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 26, 11 at 9:00

We're considering the getting engineered hardwood floors, micro-bevel edges from the Garrison II Collection-Smooth Series in the Cappuccino Carbonized finish. Does anyone know anything about this floor? Does is scratch easily, wear well? Do micro-bevels collect grime?
Thnx for your feedback


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RE: Garrison II Flooring, Smooth Series

Hi DonnaK,

I just found your question doing a search for Garrison floors. I brought home a sample of "The Garrison Collection - Maple Carbonized Cappuccino" yesterday, not sure if it's the same as your's. We like the look, but had never heard of the company - What did you find out about it? Are you planning to use it? Thanks!


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RE: Garrison II Flooring, Smooth Series

All I've been told is that the Garrison Maple Cappuccino floors are beautiful, but it's the flooring store people who told me that :-) I have not heard from anyone who actually has the floor, but I think we're going to go with it. The flooring people did send me some pictures of the hand-scraped Maple Cappuccion (we're going with the smooth) and it looks nice. I'm kind of a computer novice and it's taking me too long to figure out how to post the pictures I have, but if I can figure it out I'll post them for you.


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RE: Garrison II Flooring, Smooth Series

I have the Garrison II white oak Autumn in the distressed pattern and just love it. We did our family room, kitchen, dining area and dining room almost 2 years ago and last Sept put it in 2 bedrms.We have 2 cats, and a 5 year old boy plus us in the house and still looks great. Easy to care for. Very reasonable, paid about $3.25 sf for the flooring not including installation.


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