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The flooring in this room is 3/4" thick by 2" wide, and is a type of redwood that we believe to be Douglas Fir, Heart Pine, or something similar. We do know that the wood is from 1915, and the house across the street was the previous home to the general manager of Bethlehem Steel for some period of time.
2. At the end joint, use the hammer and chisel to cut straight down and through the tongue at the end of the damaged floorboard. 3. Use the chisel to pry the severed tongue from the groove in the end of the adjacent floorboard. 4. Remove the damaged floorboards using a flat pry bar. 5. Sweep or vacuum the subfloor of all dust and dirt. 6.
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You can also fix buckled areas of flooring and avoid having to completely refinish your floors. Most floors use a tongue-and-groove design for connecting adjacent strips. This design makes replacing a single strip or plank challenging, but not impossible.
Tongue and groove flooring used with its joinery works best for hardwood flooring because it is a great way of creating a smooth, seamless, customized, and often very large end product from using smaller pieces specifically engineered to fit tightly against one another.
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Removing damaged planks takes a bit of effort, but new tongue-and-groove flooring installs in a snap. 1 Set the circular saw to cut 1/16-inch deeper than the depth of the damaged floorboards.
Tongue and Groove T&G Engineered Flooring. Tongue & groove engineered wood flooring is designed to be easy to install, and sturdy and secure once fitted. The plywood under layers of the flooring are offset, allowing one of the layers to form a jutting out ‘tongue’ along with an indented ‘groove’.