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hallway hardwood flooring installation 9

I’m so close to finishing the hardwood flooring installation in the hallway! And the only reason I didn’t finish yesterday is because the last three boards needed to be cut on my table saw, which I have set up outside, and it was too late to use the saw. I try not to use my saws outside after 9:00pm, and I wasn’t ready for those boards until about 10:30pm. So I’ll finish up those last three today. When I started working yesterday, I had already installed most of the hallway, so I just had about 2.5 feet of the hallway left, plus the entrance into the home gym… So I would say I was about 2/3 of the way done when I started yesterday. And yet, that last 1/3 of the flooring took me longer than the first 2/3. It’s always easier and faster to install in open areas, and I had already finished the main open areas on day one. On day two, I had to start on this area close to the wall. I was only able to to about two more rows using the mallet and flooring nailer. After those two rows, I did the rest with […]

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hallway hardwood flooring installation 9

I’m so close to finishing the hardwood flooring installation in the hallway! And the only reason I didn’t finish yesterday is because the last three boards needed to be cut on my table saw, which I have set up outside, and it was too late to use the saw. I try not to use my saws outside after 9:00pm, and I wasn’t ready for those boards until about 10:30pm. So I’ll finish up those last three today. When I started working yesterday, I had already installed most of the hallway, so I just had about 2.5 feet of the hallway left, plus the entrance into the home gym… So I would say I was about 2/3 of the way done when I started yesterday. And yet, that last 1/3 of the flooring took me longer than the first 2/3. It’s always easier and faster to install in open areas, and I had already finished the main open areas on day one. On day two, I had to start on this area close to the wall. I was only able to to about two more rows using the mallet and flooring nailer. After those two rows, I did the rest with […]

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