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Wood floors boost charm, price of homes

Shane McNeill, a general contractor, installed inlays of Brazilian cherry, American walnut, and maple into a tiled kitchen floor in his home in Stoughton. Shane McNeill, a general contractor, installed inlays of Brazilian cherry, American walnut, and maple into a tiled kitchen floor in his home in Stoughton. (rose lincoln for the boston globe)
By Cindy Atoji
Globe Correspondent / October 21, 2007

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When general contractor Shane J. McNeill decided to spruce up the white oak floors in his Stoughton ranch home, he didn't just sand and refinish the aging hardwood: He put down an inlay of Brazilian cherry, American walnut, and maple, creating an intricate border in his kitchen and dining room. (Full article: 460 words)

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