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Replace Flooring

  • April 13, 2015


We bought a new, old (1967) house that had White Oak Hardwood in the bedrooms and living room, but not the kitchen, hall, or family room. Cut out the top subfloor (the one to make it level with the hardwood rooms) and laid new hardwood.

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Replace Flooring

by standishg_46700
Apr 13, 2015
Medium 7e96a166 ac5d 4b9b 91dc 47d3c58fb4f6

We bought a new, old (1967) house that had White Oak Hardwood in the bedrooms and living room, but not the kitchen, hall, or family room. Cut out the top subfloor (the one to make it level with the hardwood rooms) and laid new hardwood.