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Thermory hardwood floors -- anyone have or heard of?

Posted by ohlaches (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 15, 11 at 8:08

Cross-posted from the building forum....

I was attempting to pick out our hardwood floors today and there was a product called Thermory thermo-treated wood that looked interesting. It's pretty pricey, but apparently it's been treated to resist water damage. I was wondering if anyone happened to have this flooring or experience working with it?
http://www.thermoryusa.com/Tango.html


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RE: Thermory hardwood floors -- anyone have or heard of?

I saw it in a local flooring store that has an excellent reputation and does beautiful work. The owner told me that the thermo-treated process enables solid flooring to be glued to concrete. Apparently, there's no expansion/contraction issue. The flooring is very attractive but doesn't meet my needs and is outside of my price range.

Here is a link that might be useful: Another Thermory flooring site


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