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Where do I find red oak trim?


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07-21-04, 07:45 AM   #1  
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Where do I find red oak trim?

I have wide red oak woodwork in my house. I had to replace the upper piece of trim that sits on the wide flat plank around the floor. This project is 10 years old, and now I come to find I do not have enough trim. I have gone to Home Depot (a waste of time), and a local lumber store. No one seems to be able to help me order what I need. First of all, what is that trim called? Is there a catalog, or somewhere on line that I can contact? I need 20 feet of it cause I am selling the house, and the woodwork has to be completed ASAP. Can anyone help?

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07-21-04, 07:44 PM   #2  
Check for a molding shop in your area. If there is one, you should be able to get the trim there.

 
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08-07-04, 05:47 AM   #3  
Since you said your geographical area;

www.ThomasNet.com

www.tapeease.com/wood_Moldgs.htm

Google Search....Wood Mouldings

 
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