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Old 06-10-2014, 08:59 PM   #16
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Where are you located? Reason I ask is that you may have better sources available. Better than lowes and hd.

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Where are you located? Reason I ask is that you may have better sources available. Better than lowes and hd.

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I'm in northern Ohio. I'm honestly not too well versed with anywhere around here outside the big boxes.

How about using unfinished hardwood flooring? Any disadvantages there?
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http://woodfinder.com
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That looks gorgeous. I've been leaning toward going with the exact same thing. I also found another set of unfinished panels that would cost about $100 less than the tongue and groove I was looking at.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_409414-1487-...=#BVRRWidgetID

I'm guessing the big disadvantage of not having the tongue and groove is gaps appearing from expansion and contraction. How worried should I be about this?
I think the problem with that is no tongue and groove on ends. It would be ok if the room was 8' wide or you had a beam or something at 8'. If you could break the room into 4 or 8' sections it would be ok.
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