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Where can I find some replacement Haddon Hall parquet tiles?

Posted by qacer (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 7, 09 at 22:32

I've been searching the Internets for a particular parquet tile design. My best guess is that I have a Haddon Hall parquet made of Teak. The tiles are 12 x 12 inches and about 1/4 inches in thickness. The edges are microbeveled.

Where can I find something like this?

Thanks!

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RE: Where can I find some replacement Haddon Hall parquet tiles?

it may be hard to find but find a Hartco dealers (hardwood tile company) now owned by Armstrong. Doubt you will find it in teak but its a start.


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RE: Where can I find some replacement Haddon Hall parquet tiles?

Help....I need the same flooring. Any luck finding it?


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RE: Where can I find some replacement Haddon Hall parquet tiles?

It is almost non existent. I bought up nearly all I could find of teak Hadden Hall last year from a Philadelphia company. Global logging restrictions on teak make it hard to come by. At one time your particular pattern was common and inexpensive.


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RE: Where can I find some replacement Haddon Hall parquet tiles?

http://www.thaiteakmarine.com/newprod/newproduct3.html


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