Which hardwood floors do I use for radiant heat?

Answer On One Hand: Species & Cut Make a DifferenceThe best wood species for hardwood flooring used in conjunction with radiant floor heating include American cherry, American walnut, mesquite, teak and o... Read More »

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Flooring Options for Radiant Heat Floors?

Radiant heating is a heating system that radiates heat from the floor. Some systems use insulated wires that produce heat through electrical resistance, while others use pipes that channel boiling ... Read More »

Can you change natural oak finished hardwood floors into cherry oak hardwood floors?

You can change the color and type of stain on hardwood floors. First, you need to sand away the other finish, in this case the natural oak finish. Second, you need to stain the well sanded floor ... Read More »

Is a flame radiant heat or convection heat?

A flame is radiant heat. The flames in a fire give off the heat in a series of waves similar to that of the sun. Convection heat uses a middle source to heat the desired object. That middle sour... Read More »

Can graphite powder help with squeeky hardwood floors floors?

Not graphite but sometimes ( sometimes) baby powder or talc sweep into the cracks helps. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar. GL