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  2/17/2011 - "Don't be floored by options when putting in wood flooring" by Martha Stewart  
  Dont be floored by options when putting in wood flooring Written by: Martha Stewart Theres something reassuring about walking one wood floor. But choosing one for your home can feel anything but comforting, given everything there is to consider: the more than 50 species of wood, the many sha...  
     
  10/29/2010 - New Advantage Toolkit for Flooring Distributors  
  NAFCD to Release Distributor Toolkit at 2010 Distributor Marketplace The North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors (NAFCD) announced the release of the Competitive Advantage Toolkit: Establish, Build, Sustain, a new resource for NAFCD members in the flooring industry, available...  
     
  3/6/2009 - Eagle One  
  Eagle One Introduces a New Kid Series of Eco-Friendly Greenwood Furniture ANAHEIM, CA (March 5, 2009) Create the perfect outdoor area for your kids with stylish, functional chairs and tables. Eagle One, the leader in recycled plastic lumber, Greenwood, products in the golf course and countr...  
     
  2/4/2009 - New invention replaces restrictive railings that steal value by blocking grand vistas.  
  Real Estate Owners Reclaim Incredible . Views to Increase the Value of Properties A thief haunts many of the finest real estate properties in North America. The intruder doesnt carry a gun or threaten bodily harm. But quietly, without regard for the cost of owning upscale property, the thief ...  
     
  12/12/2008 - New Site Offers Homeowners a Clearinghouse of Green Remodeling Information  
  Dec. 8, 2008, Des Plaines, Ill. The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), announces the launch of a new website dedicated to green remodeling, www.greenremodeling.org. Greenremodeling.org is designed to be a clearinghouse of information on green remodeling for both homeowner...  
     
  12/5/2008 - Tankless Water Heaters Saves You Money and Energy  
  Homeowners spend 10 - 20 percent of their annual water heating costs just to keep the water in their storage tanks hot. This winter, help your customers save money, and energy, with a propane tankl...  



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