High Praise for Carlise Floors From Atlanta Builder
Shane Roach of Village Square Homes in Marietta, Georgia, in the Metro Atlanta area, raved about Carlisle floors in a recent blog post discussing a house his company is constructing in a nearby city.
“Our custom home project in Brookhaven is coming along nicely and soon interior finishes will be underway,” he wrote. “There are many wonderful design elements we’ve chosen for this home, but this week we placed the order for one of my favorites: Wide-plank wood flooring from Carlisle. Our homeowners have chosen a beautiful Eastern White Pine with a Gingerbread finish and a hit or miss post-finishing process. Carlisle floors are known for wide planks and long board lengths.”
Roach and his crew will be installing White Pine planks with 11-inch face widths and lengths from 4 to 16 feet.
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“‘[Carlisle's] hit or miss’ finishing creates a wonderful age and character to the floor, recreating the (cherished!) imperfections of early American floors due to milling equipment used in turn-of-the-century saw mills. Be sure to check out Carlisle if you are considering a new wood floor for your home. They are a . . . company in New Hampshire with a passion for wood products, sustainable forestry practices, and support for small mills and operators who are passionate about their craft.”
Many thanks to Shane for sharing his enthusiasm about Carlisle floors! We’re looking forward to seeing the Brookhaven project as it progresses, and will link to Shane’s blog as he posts photos of the floor installation.