Re: Create Hardwood Flooring??
You'll have to have the trees cut, milled, and the lumber kiln dried for it to be of any immediate use. Then, a millwork shop can machine the lumber into flooring. It will likely be prohibitively expensive to use as flooring, however furniture may be viable.
If you've got the time, space, and equipment, you could locate a mobile sawmill to come to you to cut and mill the tree on site. Then store the lumber in a protected/ventilated area with the ends waxed for at least a year, if not several years, to cure and dry. From there you could do the custom milling in your own woodshop.
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