Pine Flooring FAQs

  1. Is your first floor concrete, and if so, what kind of subfloor was used as a moisture barrier?

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      It is not. We are over a basement and a crawl space. We have never installed this on concrete.

  2. Gloria says:

    Hi Danelle! Is the porch paint a matte/semi or glossy? Also, what about the floor base boards…pine as well with the floor paint? Thank you for sharing the process and for answering all the questions we have!!! LOVE FOLLOWING ALONG & getting SOOO EXCITED for the 3 of you !!! Blessings galore! ~ Gloria in Illinois

    • Denise says:

      Wow people ask interesting questions and with your snswers..super informative! It’s going to look so good!

  3. Patricia says:

    I had oak hardwood floors with both bathroom and kitchen and never had a problem. Obviously, I didn’t leave water standing on them. We lived there 30 years and refinished the kitchen floor once. Looked great when we sold it.

  4. Darleene Moore says:

    Oh to look back on my life and know this I formation!! I would go with what you have done in a heart beat. This is going to look so gorgeous with all your woods and whites. I 💛 the sunsets.

  5. Kathy Dahlin says:

    I don’t recall if you showed the stairs. Are the pine boards also on your staircase?

    Thank you!

  6. Cheryl says:

    I can’t wait to see the floors! I’ve seen painted floors like this before and it has always looked great. And with all of your lovely wooden pieces it can only look amazing!

  7. Julie says:

    I am so excited to see them painted! Everything you guys do turns out beautiful!!🤍

  8. Rebecca Vorwald says:

    Everything about your forever home sounds absolutely beautiful!! I love that you want the completely natural finished product that these floors will give! I was lucky enough to have saved my grandmother’s front door before her house had to be demolished. I had to make choices that weren’t architecturally perfect, but that doesn’t matter to me at all. Having my grandmother’s door is what matters. It’s perfect in my eyes!! Your home is going to be incredibly beautiful!! I can’t wait for you two to be able to move jn! It’s going to be so great!! I am beyond excited for you!! Blessings to you as the build continues!! It won’t be long now!!!! ✌🏼💚🙏🏼

  9. Kristina says:

    I think your new home is breathtaking. Ever single thing you chose is breathtaking. I know you are going to have so many things wonderful projects and memories here. The lay out is just amazing. Congratulations to the both of you.

  10. Lisakemball says:

    Hi guys. I know you waited tondo the floors till the AC was installed. PLEASE can you let me know if airconditioning is required to do the pine floors? Or Will it just decrease the swelling? Cupping?

  11. Dani Potts says:

    I was wondering if you ever had any kind of water leaks or water damage to any of your pine plank floors and if so – what kind of damage did your floors suffer? We currently have pine plank floors – just sold our house and are building. I really want to do the pine plank floors again because i love them – but soo many people are saying we are just asking for an issue to happen that would be irreparable.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      We have never had any issues. And, we installed these in our store front too. I’m wondering if the people who have issues don’t property paint or seal them… We have even lived with these in bathrooms and kitchens for years.

  12. Great post! It’s hard to find this type of specific information based on experience from a person (vs company). I love the floors and the house!

  13. says:

    What to of nail gun did they use to get the boards tight together ?

  14. Ashley Buchanan says:

    How did you apply the polyurethane?

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