We all know that Saint Augustine is a very historic city. Built as a colonial Spanish city, St Augustine is full of elegant stucco homes some dating back to the 1700’s. What surprised this blogger on a recent visit was some of the incredibly historic wood buildings that have survived flood, fire and famine. The
The long awaited revival of the South Side School in Fort Lauderdale, FL is finally complete! Mayor Jack Seiler officially opened the new cultural center and gave his final State of the City address on January 31st. This has been a long awaited opening since the project began fourteen years ago. The school, which originally
On Trend: Reclaimed Oak Flooring Reclaimed oak has quickly become the new must-have flooring choice of the year and we know why! It can offer a variety of looks for any home from rustic barnwood (pictured above) to refined. It is more than its good looks that makes oak flooring a great choice for any
A home remodel can seem like a big job, especially after something tragic like a flood. However, it can also highlight why choosing quality products can make a huge difference. The owners of Albany Woodworks, Richard and Judith Woods, experienced this when a freak rainstorm caused unprecedented flooding from Baton Rouge to New Orleans in 2016.
Last blog, we covered some of overall keywords for a first time flooring buyer. We continue our exploration of the important terms to understand to make sure your first time buying experiences goes off without a hitch! 1) Tongue and Groove- This is a method of fitting similar objects together, edge to edge, used mainly with wood, in flooring,