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Smile Be sure to send me a link to that website when...

Be sure to send me a link to that website when you get it finished. I'm sure I can find someplace on my 3000+ pages to add a link to it.
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Smile Because I usually end up wearing some of the...

Because I usually end up wearing some of the glue, my tools get covered, glue ends up on the finished side and I like flooring staying where I put it in the first place.

Glue has a tendency to...
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Smile In addition to a good electrician you also should...

In addition to a good electrician you also should get a good lawyer. Document everything the electrician finds.

This is a very interesting panel box. This reminds me of a story the guy who...
04-25-06, 12:44 PM
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Smile Yes Annette, that's what I meant. I'm assuming...

Yes Annette, that's what I meant. I'm assuming that the rooms are wider than 35.5 inches wide so that the cork has to be endmatched somehow.

Sometimes, when we are too close to something we...
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Smile I learned the wood floor trade on Gym floors. ...

I learned the wood floor trade on Gym floors. The only place to get 240V is by tapping into the breaker box. It sounds like from your post that they took the wires out of the breaker for the...
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Smile Gluing parallel

There are a lot of variables that might allow you to do this or not.

How much flex is there in the subfloor? How much change in humidity is there in this room?

The fact is you can DO anything...
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Smile Nice diagonal installation

Nice diagonal installation around the fireplace Perry. I can't tell by the pictures if the fireplace is at the angle or the flooring is.

Did you put a groove in each of those 45 degree cuts to...
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Smile Cleat Trick

Here's something I have done quite successfully on a number of jobs.

Go to a rental store that rents floor nailers. You don't need to rent a nailer but the "cleats" that are for the nailer. They...
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Smile Access on stairs

I have always finished after installation however I can see how prefinishing them might help in your situation.

Using the water base finish the steps will be walkable in 2-3 hours. If you did two...
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Smile Fixing spot patches

One of the problems with Polyurethane is that is next to impossible to spot patch it and make it look right. Getting the sheen just right and the difference between the number of coats on the patch...
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Smile 1/4 inch difference?

From your post I can't tell if the new flooring is higher or the fireplace tile is higher and I don't want to assume before suggesting how to make this transistion.

I'm also not sure if it's the...
04-25-06, 06:08 AM
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Smile Stair treads with cork

Unless you have really wide treads you are going to have to rip the 11 inch width of the cork to fit behind the oak nosing.

If it were me I would use all those cut offs from the floor and put...
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