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Birch Ply Floors

Leanne and Brian Jewett, who built a home on Smokeshire Road in Ludlow, Vermont, wrote in their journal: “The ground floor was polished cement but on our second floor we decided to try 1/8 birch plywood for a simple and inexpensive surface. To prevent it from looking TOO much like plywood we cut the 4′x8′ sheets in half each way down to 2′x4′ and laid them in a brick pattern.”

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