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NWFA Master Craftsmen Training

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E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc. and the National Wood Flooring Association have partnered to bring customized training to you with their “Jigs and Medallions” master class!

Enhance Your Knowledge and Technical Training Close to Home

 

Master Craftsmen Training For the artists and enthusiasts in the wood flooring industry- a course taught by the industry’s most prestigious instructors along with Dr. Daniel Cassens, Professor of Wood Products at Purdue University.

 

On November 2-3, Gain deeper understanding about:

* The science and sustainable use of wood

* Hardwood color issues, mechanical properties, and hardness

* Unique wood qualities and characteristics

* Hardwood lumber grading and the lumber drying process

* Tour E.T. Moore’s facility

On November 4-6, Advance your skills in:

* Creating decorative pieces using unique wood qualities

* Producing jigs to reproduce medallions and decorative inlays

* Drawing and reproducing straight line medallions

* Take home the medallions you create (The value of the medallion equals the cost of the class.)

Prerequisite: Three years experience and previous attendance of an Advanced level training.

Receive four CCU’s upon successful completion of training NWFA Training Events At E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc.

 

Master Craftsmen Training: November 2-6 Registration Fees:

$975 for non members

$875 for NWFA members

Early Bird discount before October 19th

To register call: 800.422.4556

Or Visit: http://member.nwfa.org/events/event_details.asp?id=523626&group

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Dan Cassens, Professor of Wood Products at the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources from Purdue University to present for us at the November school at ET Moore. Dan has a Ph.D from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in wood science. He worked at US Forest Products Lab with Regis Miller, the predecessor to Dr. Alex Wiedenhoeft. He has quite the Vitae, and will be an excellent opening to the school we have scheduled.

E. T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc | 3100 N. Hopkins Rd Ste 101 | Richmond | VA | 23224

Building With Reclaimed Wood, Viniterra Model Home Wins Parade of Homes

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This home is designed by William E. Poole, from Wilmington, North Carolina. He is a well seasoned architect who by trade has visited and studied all forms of early American architecture from Natchez, Mississippi thru and to Nantucket, Massachusetts. He is the only architect in America to be licensed to copy and interpret Colonial Williamsburg Buildings for today’s modern living advances, while being true to classical design.

This Nantucket shingle style home is reminiscent of an eighteenth century New England Coastal home that could withstand harsh winters as well as sun, sand and water year round, but architecturally practical, orderly, and pleasing to the” eye”, as they used to say.

Parade of Homes 2014 Winner

  • BEST BATH
  • BEST KITCHEN
  • BEST CURB APPEAL
  • GOLD

This home is being crafted by E. T. Moore Homes, LLC which is a small family owned business that specializes in creating “one of a kind” custom homes that bring together timeless design and a multitude of reclaimed building materials, modern technology, tried and true old world technology, and lastly, a lot of hands on workmanship and attention to detail to achieve a finished product that is seldom seen in today’s super paced society. The founder, E. Taylor Moore, Jr. (who lives only four miles away) visits the project almost every day. He will work with any homeowner or personally select and, in house, manufacture all of the homes finest millwork materials. Mr. Moore has forty years experience in the building and reclaimed wood business.

A sampling of specialty building products include:

  • Reclaimed wood mould sand cast handmade bricks
  • Specialty 16″ wood siding shingles
  • Repurposed heart pine porch columns and beams
  • Brazilian walnut porch steps
  • Custom mahogany doors with beveled glass
  • Custom exterior fascia, soffit, window and door trim
  • All Flashing to be 16 oz. copper; custom site bent.
  • Reclaimed and custom flooring of heart pine, spruce, hickory, lyptus, oak and or cherry accents
  • Stairs to be antique heart pine and mahogany
  • Interior reclaimed ceiling beams in kitchen and great room
  • Moulding including base, shoe, flooring, chair rail, window and door casing, all custom profiles of various reclaimed woods
  • All stainless kitchen appliances
  • Custom shop made cabinetry out of reclaimed woods

Square Feet
5,000 s.f.

Directions
7383 Crush Court, New Kent, 23124
From Richmond: 64 East to exit 211. Go left off of ramp and follow signage 1.5 miles to Viniterra.

Pricing
$980,000

For more information, contact
Jimmy Forrest – 804.517.9079 – etmoore.com

E.T. Moore Open House & NWFA Intermediate Installation School

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WHEN
Wednesday, May 7
4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

WHERE
E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc.
3100 N Hopkins Rd., Suite 101
Richmond, VA 23224

OPEN HOUSE – MAY 7th

Attend the E.T. Moore’s Open House and see product demonstrations from NWFA manufacturers, meet company representatives, and win prizes.

There is no cost to attend the OPEN HOUSE and no RSVP required.

NWFA Intermediate Installation and
Sand & Finish School - MAY 6-9

WHEN
May 6 – May 9

WHERE
E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc.
3100 N Hopkins Rd., Suite 101
Richmond, VA 23224

NWFA REGIONAL INSTRUCTOR
Jay Daniel Moore, CISF
Antique Floors LLC
Richmond, VA

REGISTRATION FEE: $695
$595 for NWFA members

Click Here to RSVP!

OR CONTACT
Tricia Swindoll
tricia.swindoll@nwfa.org
Phone: 800-422-4556

E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc. partners with NWFA to provide you with quality training.

E.T. Moore Manufacturing Inc. has partnered with the National Wood Flooring Association to bring customized training to you. Enhance your technical skills with training close to home.

Intermediate Installation and Sand & Finish is a four-day training event covering different topics and hands-on experiences at an intermediate level.

Sharpen your installation skills, including jobsite evaluation and preparation, installation techniques, safety, custom entry-level borders, and medallion installations.

Training features a hands-on approach to installing unfinished and factory finished wood floors, including thorough training of installation methods for nail-down, glue-down and floating floors.

Learn how to incorporate simple design elements, allowing you to offer your client a custom wood floor while increasing your portfolio. Learn basic jobsite tool set-up and maintenance.

See You There!

RSVP Today! Click Here!

OR CONTACT
Tricia Swindoll
tricia.swindoll@nwfa.org
Phone: 800-422-4556

VIDEO

Watch last year’s NWFA Expert Sand and Finish School at work!

NWFA Expert Installation / Sand & Finish School

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E. T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc. hosted the NWFA Expert Installation / Sand & Finish School at our facility on Dec 4 – 12 2012.  We supplied American Cherry, Lyptus, and End Grain Heart Pine to create the field.  The center medallion was created with Hard Maple, and Black Walnut.  The finish is Synteko conversion sealer, Synteko Best 20, Synteko Best 50.

 

E.T. Moore Homes – Viniterra Custom Home

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E. T. Moore Homes is a wholly owned subsidiary of E. T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc. and turning your dreams into reality is what we set out to accomplish from day one. We listen to your desires, needs, and ideas and then with beautiful designs by one of our recommend, award-winning architects or by a designer of your choice, combine them with exceptional value and long-lasting quality materials.

Our goal was to choose a European old world style home that we could freely and liberally incorporate many of our own specialty building materials. All of our employees that worked full time on the project have an average of 25 years’ experience with construction and antique building materials. We feel as though the unique combination of old world materials and craftsmanship created a finished product that is unparalleled.

Sealers, Stains, and FinishesExterior Site

  • Lot Selection
  • House Orientation
  • Pool; wrought iron fenced
  • Outdoor kitchen with fireplace
  • Circa 1810 hand cut granite English flower station
  • Professional landscaping
  • Mature trees

Exterior Home Features

  • Roof – Old growth, quarter sawn red cedar shingles with 5″ exposure (instead of 10″)
  • Metal Flashing – Custom Made; All 16 OZ pure copper, open valleys, hips, cheeks, sills, headers, transitions, and window framing
  • Rafter-tails – Custom designed old growth reclaimed red cedar ogee decorative soffit supports. All roof eves “kicked up” 15° in the European manner with timber terminations.
  • Siding, Vertical – Reclaimed rare Atlantic White Cedar boards covered with red cedar battens.
  • Siding, Horizontal – Custom made juniper “live edge” lap; reclaimed – applied with handmade wrought iron nails. Please Note: Both siding applications are more costly than typical brick applications.
  • Windows – Custom made Weathershield European style casement; aluminum exterior, triple mullion and insulation. Custom maple interior.
  • Dormers – Oval top, copper covered; cheeks covered with handmade “fish scale” shingles
  • Porches and Veranda – Reclaimed heart pine oversized columns and beam supports braced by hand cut mortise and tenon curved braces. Floor surface, reclaimed fire brick surrounded by South American cumaru wood.
  • Steps – Circa 1896 hand cut sandstone, reclaimed
  • Exterior Doors – 8 Sets; 1 3/4″ thick x 6′ 8″ tall mahogany French doors. All glass insulated and beveled. All jambs custom made with reclaimed heart pine.
  • 3-Car Garage – True custom made raised panel, remote operated doors with arch tops. Reclaimed wood. All wood mold sand-cast brick reclaimed (c. 1830′s) laid in true Flemish bond and raked joints covering entire garage with copper covered reclaimed wood lentils.
  • Garage Accoutrements – European gable end “birdhouse overhang”; Copper lined, handmade flower box supported by protruding ogee brackets; Copper cupola – 11′ tall 3 stage hand rolled, crimped, and soldered copper.
  • Roof Vents – 8 European attic hand crafted functional copper vents.
  • Chimney Caps – Imported from France; 24″ x 36″ handmade vented copper, integrated with massive 3′ x 6′ Flemish brick chimney.

Interior Home Features

  • Flooring – All reclaimed plank heart pine, South American lyptus and cherry incorporating boarders, feature strips and rhombus patterns in contrasting grain orientation by nationally known flooring installation and finish expert.
  • Great Room & Master Bedroom – Vaulted 18′ x 15′ ceilings accented with 6 x 6 reclaimed beams.
  • Doors – All doors solid mahogany, two double raised panels with European arched top. All premium figured wood. All jambs custom made heart pine.
  • Wall Thickness – All exterior walls 6″, interior walls 4″, 6″ and 12″ thickness for old world feel and additional insulation.
  • Wainscot – Master bedroom, great room, and dining room finished with circular-sawn reclaimed original finish heart pine paneling.
  • Casing – All window and door, two member custom milled trim with back band, heart pine.
  • Trim – Base, shoe, chair rail, all reclaimed custom milled.
  • Closets – All custom made with local reclaimed eastern aromatic red cedar.
  • Kitchen – Sub Zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, icemaker, wine cooler, microwave, imported French “CornuFe” cast and enamel professional cook stove.
  • Kitchen – Custom fabricated copper hood and backsplash, custom designed cabinetry with antique wood, soft close hardware, under counter lighting, tree member crown tops.
  • Kitchen – Counter Tops – Butcher-block style (reclaimed rock maple from bowling alleys) with walnut double profile edge treatment, copper sink and faucet ensemble in massive island.
  • Kitchen – English two tiered beamed ceiling over kitchen and breakfast nook.

Summary

The total cost of this unique home including land, interest, labor, materials, taxes, insurance, appliances and landscaping is $1,019,642

We will work with your builder or architect to provide the industries finest materials.

For more information visit our website, www.ETMoore.com or call Ashley Moore or David Jackson at 804-231-1823.

Pinterest Images

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We will be posting images here that would be interesting on Pinterest

Pit Sawing Reclaimed Longleaf Heart Pine Flooring

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E. T. Moore MFG was asking to pit saw 400 SQ FT of Reclaimed Long Leaf Heart Pine flooring for a museum. This is all vertical reclaimed heart pine flooring, the pit sawn face was gauged and undercut facing the floor joist and not walked on. To reduce the number of cuts, we cut the lumber on our German Sash Gang Sawmill to 3 inches and pit-sawed them in half to the desired 1 1/2 inches. Here at E. T. Moore, anything is possible

Rothesay, the 2010 Richmond Symphony Designer House

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John K. George did an amazing job transforming Rothesay’s Kitchen for the 2010 Richmond Symphony Designer House. We donated and helped design all of the material to build the Coffered Ceiling. Be sure to look at the before and after pictures.

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Antique Fir, Antique Heart Pine Beams, antique timer

The antique hearpine beams match well with the antique fir paneling. The fir paneling is only 3/8″ thick.

The Model House Completion

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We are proud to deliver this house over to the homeowners..  We are currently looking at designs to start a second house in the near future.   Not only do we manufacture all of the building components from antique heart pine flooring, reclaimed beams with antique connection hardware, cabinets, siding, and shingles, our constructions division, E. T. Moore Homes can build the entire package for you. The relationship of manufacturing and building gives us insight and flexibility that few reclaimed lumber dealers and general contractors could ever achieve at the same budget levels.

The Model of Viniterra

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     The Model home, in Viniterra,  is nearing completion.  The artisans of  E. T. Moore Homes are reviving lost traditions in home building and design.  Not being satisfied with the quality of many material and components, we choose to manufacture them our self.  In the kitchen we custom designed and built the cabinets, and even the copper vent hood above the stove.  The counter tops were made from recycled bowling alleys and incorporated the original dots and arrows.  In the foyer we installed the floor using a pattern of three diamonds, to create a hexagon;  Cad programs were utilized to manufacture the perfect sized diamonds, resulting in even spacing around the perimeter of the foyer. The front and rear steps were reclaimed sandstone window lentils.  Throughout the house, we incorporated a very popular product, Original Finish Antique Heart Pine.  These boards are specifically chosen for the patina and rustic look to coincide with the French Country architecture.  We are proud of this home’ s materials and construction as it sets the standards for the Viniterra Community.