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Crosscut Pieces for Each Row - Installing the hardwood floor slats is very similar to putting a puzzle together. Assuming, that the floor is level this should be a simple process, that will provide the finished floor with a more balanced look.

Fit Flooring around Obstacles - In various cases, the rooms may not be rectangular, so when it comes to a bend in the wall, merely arrangement the strip of wood as close to the wall as feasible and then make use of those proportions when you are required to cut the section to fit appropriately.

Cut and Fit the Final Row - Most of your slats for your wood floor have now been installed and your new floor is starting to look pretty professional.

Fit Flooring around Obstacles - In various cases, the rooms may not be rectangular, so when it comes to a bend in the wall, merely arrangement the strip of wood as close to the wall as feasible and then make use of those proportions when you are required to cut the section to fit appropriately.

Sand and Finish the Floor - Your first step in sanding and finishing your new floor is to rent the necessary equipment from your local equipment rental store that you will need to sand and refinish the floor.

Reapply the base and shoe Molding - This section is most likely the easiest and simplest of all the combined instructions on completing the installation of your hardwood flooring.

Nail Down Subsequent Rows - Now that your professional installing crew has installed the starter row, they will now begin to nail down subsequent rows.

Installing The Starter Row - The first step at installing the starter row is snapping the chalk line to match that of the starter piece thickness.

Width of the Starter Strip - There are several steps involved in putting down flooring, but one of the most important, without a doubt is putting down the starter strip.

Tack Down Building Paper - By doing this you will notice that noise is reduced, you won?t hear squeaks and all those odd little sounds that you are constantly trying to figure out.

Removing Shoe Molding - this is the small molding at the bottom of the base molding, usually of an inch but can be or even 1 inch.

Removing Old Base Molding - first step to hardwood installation
Hardwood Floor Installation - ten steps to complete the job.
Hardwood Floor vs Everything! - comparing hardwood floors.
Refinishing Hardwood Floors - test your floor.
Hardwood Flooring Basic Installation


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