Yes, Goodwin Wood is Perfect for your Mountain Cabin!
[captionpix imgsrc=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-floor-Goodwin1.jpg” width=”200″ height=”267″ alt=”Antique Luxury Hardwood by Goodwin” align=”right” captiontext=”Lovely Stairways and Hall, click to see larger!” imglink=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-floor-Goodwin.jpg”]So, you’re finally ready to build your luxury mountain cabin. You’ve been working toward having both the time and additional capital to at last enjoy a beautiful second or retirement home in the mountains. The breathtaking mountain landscapes are filled with cozy wooden mansions. These homes are enjoyed by generations of family members and passed down as family heirlooms. People literally spend millions of dollars to build their perfect mountain retreat. Perhaps this is why it always amazes me when I see one of these enormous homes built on a picturesque mountain ridge using non-durable, extremely knotty, and sometimes very unappealing and unsightly boards.. The homeowner probably paid a lot of money for this wood, but it is certainly not the quality you would expect or even want in such an expensive and beautiful home.
Many people get sold on cheap imitations, which end up costing them more in repairs and maintenance in the long run
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Did you know that Goodwin premium grades can be often be purchased at near the same price as some inferior woods? If you are going to go all out and build a wood home, don’t you want to use products which are not only attractive, but also durable, dependable, and termite resistant? From flooring and inside paneling to exterior siding and stair parts, Goodwin is your one-stop shop for acquiring the most beautiful and durable wood in the world. [captionpix imgsrc=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-flooring-Goodwin-1.jpg” width=”350″ height=”263″ alt=”Antique Luxury Hardwood by Goodwin” align=”right” captiontext=”Amazing Antique Wood Table, Paneling and Floor, click to see larger!” imglink=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-floor-Goodwin.jpg”]
We even have some very nice antique character cypress – 200-year-old River-Recovered® heart cypress that can be used on inside trim, paneling, ceilings and anywhere you want to add a subtle accent.
Are you considering a wood home, or, a home with lots of wood interior? We welcome the opportunity to discuss options with you and create a customized plan utilizing our historic, durable and absolutely beautiful antique wood. We guarantee you will not only be impressed by its attractiveness, but you will rest easy knowing our products are precisely milled and designed to protect your overall investment. [captionpix imgsrc=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-wood-flooring1.jpg” width=”350″ height=”265″ alt=”Antique Luxury Hardwood by Goodwin” align=”left” captiontext=”Elegant Antique Wood Front Porch, click to see larger!” imglink=”http://www.heartpine.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/luxury-wood-flooring.jpg”]
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