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On the Road Again…

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Goodwin will be hitting the road to display and present at a number of seminars, conferences and special engagements. If you’re going to be in the area, we would love to see you!

Thursday, April 30th
4:30 pm
National Wood Floor Association (NWFA) Expo
Edward Jones Dome at America’s Center
St. Louis, Missouri

Goodwin will celebrate 30 years of working with the best wood floor professionals by showcasing some of our most interesting projects and partnerships, both nationally and internationally. The event will take place on the NWFA Presentation Stage, which will be festively decorated with international flags and antique photographs for our colleagues. We will even be taking group photos which will be made available after the show.


Friday, September 18th
10:45am – 12:50pm
The Carolina’s American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) 2015 Annual Conference
Grande Dunes Marriott, Myrtle Beach, SC

*** The Conference theme is ‘Redefining Hospitality’

ASID Carolina’s 2015 Annual Conference will feature Goodwin a two-hour lunch and learn by Goodwin. We will discuss how to specify the reclaimed wood floor of your dreams, the best finish for reclaimed wood and design features including inlays and patterns that are available prefinished. Designers will learn the process for specifying and storyboarding a custom color finish as well as the most important technical questions to ask the builder or wood floor installer to ensure their clients are satisfied for the long term.


Wednesday, November 18th and Thursday, November 19th
10:00am – 6:00pm
Greenbuild 2015
Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Pl NW
Washington, D.C.

**Free Passes are Available, Contact us for Details

Goodwin will showcase our brand new lines of antique prefinished wood flooring and paneling.


Interested in having Goodwin make a personal presentation to your group? Contact us to find out how!

 

Kiln Drying – The “Inside” Secrets

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Have you ever wondered what happens inside the dry kiln? Well, Goodwin’s own Andrew St. James answers that exact question in the latest edition of Hardwood Floors Magazine:

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Here are some additional photos for you to enjoy!

Goodwin Company on DIY’s Barnwood Builders

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Goodwin was featured on an episode of DIY Network’s Barnwood Builders! Join us as we help Mark and the guys recover antique long leaf pine for the floors of their hunting lodge.

The episode airs this Thursday, April 9th at 5:00pm and again on Friday, May 15th at 2:00pm. Check your local listings to see which channel airs DIY!

Go to: DIYnetwork.com

Restoring an Old Florida Classic

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Homeowner Specs Building Reclaimed Legacy Heart Pine and River-Recovered® Heart Cypress for Porch Renovation

Steve Klett owns what is considered an Old Florida classic. His “vernacular, cracker style” home in North Florida evolved out of the need to keep a house cool in the hot and humid sub-tropical climate of North Central Florida (before the era of air conditioning). When it came time to renovate the hallmark of his historic home – the splendid full porch – Klett began researching options. He wanted nothing modern, and was intent on finding the highest quality materials on the market. He stumbled upon Goodwin’s website and the rest is history.

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Naples Botanical Gardens – Handmade Bench Dedication

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Goodwin was proud to present Mr. John Carson with a surprise to celebrate his 70th birthday. John is the owner’s rep for the gardens, and was deeply involved with the construction of the Eleanor and Nicholas Chabraja Visitor’s Interpretive Center (Goodwin milled 20,000 linear feet of River-Recovered® Heart Cypress for siding and trim for the project.)

Naples Botanical Gardens commissioned Goodwin to build a bench – dedicated to John – for the gardens. Jeffrey Forbes and Dan Peterson crafted the River-Recovered® Antique Heart Cypress Select bench by hand. Here are the pictures of its evolution:

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