My 2 pieces are c. 1855 & 1890, 2 of the sill beams span across the center of my living room floor. I've removed the 1950's "lift" on the "newer 1/2" of the floor an am back to the 6" t&g pine boards.
I've now got to remove the other half. It has a 1930's green lenolium (sp) on top of the 6" t&g layer, on top of the 1850's origional floor.
I'm removing all the layers & trim boards, & want to put a 3/8 ply back over the origional layers before reapplication of new carpet.
anyone see any issues here?
I have a Bosh 1640vsk jam saw to "cut around" cabinets & walls added in a 1950's remodel. Is there any better tool to use?
my kitchen is the next room..."to skin" the floor layers out of.
I can supply photos if you need "the big picture"
Thank you !