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Having milled a fallen Walnut tree for a guy about 3 yrs ago and now the boards have been dried I've machined the

remainder of the milled timber into some lovely floorboards, that will be laid in the hallway of the farmhouse

close to where to tree grew.

southwell walnut 3.jpg

 

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13 hours ago, Forest2Furniture said:

Having milled a fallen Walnut tree for a guy about 3 yrs ago and now the boards have been dried I've machined the

remainder of the milled timber into some lovely floorboards, that will be laid in the hallway of the farmhouse

close to where to tree grew.

southwell walnut 3.jpg

 

_20191207_115812 16.25.19.JPG

Looks awesome.  could ask what the cost was to cover from slabs to floor boards...cheers 

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3 hours ago, Treerover said:

Beautiful . I’d love to see a photo of them once they’re laid and waxed

My work here is done.

It's in the hands of the customer now but hopefully I'll get to see it and take some pics when it's down.

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4 hours ago, Treeation said:

Looks awesome.  could ask what the cost was to cover from slabs to floor boards...cheers 

Not entirely sure of the cost for the floor board bit as it was a huge tree which yielded some 80cu/ft of milled timber most of which was used in the interior of an outdoors kitchen and window boards in the house.

If you take into account the milling of the tree and he machining, he ended up paying somewhere in the region of £50 per sq/m for English Walnut floorboards which is about £80 less then the normal cost.

 

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