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I will agree with ojait and say that a wood filler like dyed opoxy would be your friend here. Unless you want to replace the wood pieces yourself, or if your contractor will not take care to fix the shrinking. The problem is of course that your drier home during this time of season has shrunk the wood and that really isn't something that the contractor ...


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Due to climate changes in your house (moisture and heat fluctuations) and the natural tendency for wood to be effected from them, wood will move. The drier and more unsealed the wood is the more it will swell and contract. Also depending on how it was milled and what section of the tree it was cut from will determine how much moisture it can absorb and ...


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It's impossible to say for sure from your picture since it is already stained. But generally speaking the approach to this is trial and error with scrap pieces. You'll want to make sure the piece of totally dry before comparing the colour and it can look quite a bit different when wet. It's unlikely you will get an exact match even using the exact same ...


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I work for a company that makes laminate flooring, we make different thickness and profiles(profile is the joint)I have 4 rooms with it in and they are all different, each was an upgrade on the other couple of years apart. The latest I put in was the best for connection, the long side just push tight together at angle then firmly push down to click, the ...



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