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Posted By pmarc1

ha

LOL. I was wondering about this since most boards are the same length.

This a very tough medium to explain something like this but I am gracious you're hanging in with me!
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Posted By pmarc1

ok

Unfortunately I'm a spaceshot. I will never number 150 boards without losing place. And you're right. There's a lot of cutting if done wrong.

Yesterday I was able to slide a board (into place and...
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Posted By pmarc1

here's what's removed...

52594


Boards in the middle, with 2 damaged areas removed on both sides.

Can replacing happen now or do I have to remove the middle area?
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Posted By pmarc1

ok

I'm using a 1 in chisel to losen a board at its end, and also its side a bit. Is this right? Otherwise I don't get enough force on the board to pull out. Sometimes I damage that board, but I have...
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Posted By pmarc1

running into problems ...

1. I assume you want all boards removed (out to the damaged ones), not just bad ones.

2. What order of removal do you suggest? From couch to steps or from the wall with white closet door, out?
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Posted By pmarc1

ok

I'm not using glue. 20% of the boards need replacing. Not having trouble getting boards to interlock.
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Posted By pmarc1

more

25x22 incl cost of boards
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Posted By pmarc1

ok

I'm not sure If I'm doing it exactly the way you said I am. But you may be right - LOL. And I'm sure I'm less than efficient. But when you consider I'm saving $5,000 doing it myself, not bad.
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Posted By pmarc1

cutting

It's not that easy, Keith. You're right, though, there's a lot less need for the saw. But still needed. The complication is when the board to remove is in between 2 other boards not needing removal....
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Posted By pmarc1

Reducing depth of cricular saw.

re: removing boards

Any idea how to do this 1/8" so I don't hit the cement? Thanx. I'll be traversing about 150 running feet of boards.

Or, should I make a jig like 2 lengths of wood and keep...
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Posted By pmarc1

ok

Thanx everyone for the help. I'll begin reconstructive surgery shortly.
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Posted By pmarc1

more...

Basement. Damage not caused by moisture but by ice dams causing water to run down walls. I'm moving in 2 years. Not worried. Been here 30. No real problems beforehand.

Have no plan to glue...
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Posted By pmarc1

re-installing....

No. I bought all new matching pieces.
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Posted By pmarc1

Here's photos of floor

It's a 10x10 area... click-floor. I included pic of floor piece. Tongue on one end, groove on other. With each long side also having a tongue or groove. Baseboards are removed.

The room area shown...
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Posted By pmarc1

Carbide I am surprised you did it in the MIDDLE...

Carbide I am surprised you did it in the MIDDLE of the floor. If you did that then I can certainly do mine. My damaged boards run right up to the walls, in perpendicular directions. Meaning in one...
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Posted By pmarc1

Click-Flooring Problem

Is it possible to remove and replace ONLY 1/5 of a floor, where the damage is bordered by two adjoining walls? ie: a corner area about 6' x 8' in a 30x20 room.

I've tried reasoning it out. But...
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