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DuChateau Floors are antique reproduction hard-wax oil floors in great modern designs originally developed in Holland. The company’s latest offerings (Fine Sawn Collection shown here) feature textured hardwood emphasizing the changing grain pattern of the natural wood. Possible LEED points include MR 7, Certified Sustainably Harvested Wood and EQ 4.

January 01, 2010

 

DuChateau Floors are antique reproduction hard-wax oil floors in great modern designs originally developed in Holland. The company’s latest offerings (Fine Sawn Collection shown here) feature textured hardwood emphasizing the changing grain pattern of the natural wood. Possible LEED points include MR 7, Certified Sustainably Harvested Wood and EQ 4.4, Low Emitting Materials. For more info, go to HousingZone.com/PBinfo and enter # 301

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