Free Workshop Oct. 15th – These Old Floors: Repairing, Replacing, and Staining to Match

woodfloorJames Mazzaferro is back! And this time he’s tackling the ups and downs of wood floor renovation.

Have an old crack in the floor but not sure how to fix it? Through a question and answer session, James Mazzaferro, designer-builder-craftsman, will guide you through the process of performing surgery on your floor, including reinforcements, replacing boards, dutchmen (also known as bow ties), and matching original floor color.  “Messing with your floors can be very scary, so I aim to alleviate some of that fear and prepare you for a course of action.”, says Mazzaferro.

When: Wednesday, October 15th 5:30pm-6:30pm
Where: Community Forklift Warehouse

James Mazzaferro is a cabinetmaker and architect. His lifelong passion for design and craft challenges have lead him to acquire many skills in the building trades. While most of his projects center around custom furniture and built-ins, general construction comes into play with every new project he takes on.
James has been a regular presenter here at the ‘Lift this year, teaching free workshops on everything from laying tile to patching drywall. We’re very excited to have him returning for our fall workshop series.

Find Mazzaferro Design-Build Services on:
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Community Forklift
4671 Tanglewood Drive

Edmonston, MD 20781
301-985-5180
Mon & Tues: 10am-6pm Weds: 10am-7pm Thurs & Fri: 10am-6pm
Sat & Sun: 9am-6pm
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