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How to Fix Bouncy Floors

Revolutionary wood product which allows you to eliminate bounce and vibration in wood frame construction floors. Excellent for retrofitting your floors.

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    Fantastic deal! Armstrong Robbins engineered Ash Teak Natural hardwood flooring!

    www.floorstoyourhome.com This is a First Quality, engineered wood, Ash Teak Natural from Armstrong. It’s beveled, with a 2 strip design and a matte finish and comes with a 20 Year Warranty Overall Thickness 9/16 in Width 5 in Length 7 ft 3 inches Wear Layer 2mm SAVE OVER 75% This won’t last long! Click the link above to learn more and order a sample, or call us right now at 1-800-804-5251 !

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      How to Refinish Hardwood Floors

      Time lapse photography showing what is involved with refinishing wood floors (hardwood flooring). Total time 2 days plus waiting time for drying of top coats. 1. Turn off A/C and furnace. Remove base molding or tape it off. 2. Sand wood floors. Sand paper grit depends on floor integrity. Uneven, poor condition wood floors could require a starting grit of 40, maybe even 20. Whereas, good condition, lightly stained wood floors could start at 60 grit. Then 80 with 120 grit as the final sanding. Sometimes going all the way to 120 grit could cause the new stain to not absorb as well as it should and 100 grit could provide better results. 3. Keep floors clean between sandings. Use a belt sander and palm sander for the edges. If you use a belt sander across the wood grain (perpendicular to the planks) then you’ll have to use a palm sander to remove the scratch marks. Use putty before the last sanding. Cover large areas with putty to ensure complete filling of gaps and cracks. 4. Stain entire sections without pauses to avoid flashing or uneven depth of color. Follow directions for product used. 5. Use a satin or semi-gloss top coat. Apply a minimum of 3 coats, preferably 4 or more. Applying a top coat on a fully cured top coat will cause flaking in the future because the top coat has difficulty adhering onto a smooth surface.

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        Top Tips for Installing Wooden Floors

        A list of fitting tips to help you avoid the most common problems with laying solid or engineered wooden floors. Chauncey’s are one of the leading trade suppliers of solid and engineered oak flooring in the UK. We manufacture and supply a wide range of new and reclaimed wood flooring to trade customers. Website: www.chauncey.co.uk Blog: chaunceys.wordpress.com Thanks to John for letting us use a bit of his music at the start www.youtube.com

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          How to Fit Engineered Oak Flooring over Underfloor Heating part 2

          The second in a series of three films showing the installation of Underfloor Heating with Chauncey’s Tectonic Engineered Oak Flooring. Chauncey’s are one of the leading trade suppliers of solid and engineered oak flooring in the UK. We manufacture and supply a wide range of new and reclaimed wood flooring to trade customers. Website: www.chauncey.co.uk Blog: chaunceys.wordpress.com Thanks to John for letting us use a bit of his music at the start www.youtube.com

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            How to Fit Wooden Flooring

            This film outlines which method you should choose to fit your wooden floor depending on whether you have solid or engineered flooring and also taking into consideration what type of subfloor you have. Chauncey’s are one of the leading trade suppliers of solid and engineered oak flooring in the UK. We manufacture and supply a wide range of new and reclaimed wood flooring to trade customers. Website: www.chauncey.co.uk Blog: chaunceys.wordpress.com Thanks to John for letting us use a bit of his music at the start www.youtube.com

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              Distressing process on hardwood floor

              how to distress a hardwood or engineered floor with RT single disk machine equipped with metal and tynex distressing brushes

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                Exposed Wood Floors

                How to DIY demonstration on removing or replacing carpet. Article “Planning on Upgrading Floors” creatingconfidence.blogspot.com

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                How to install DIY Door Gap Fix on a short Interior Door to extend & blend w Door

                (Long Version of Video) This is a How to put on Door Gap Fix,. I’ve had 2 on my doors for 4 years. Made with recycled wood and extremely strong 3M thick Poly Foam Dbl sided tape which is Super Strong, Temperature & Environmental Resistant. DGF attaches under the door, low cost, and is visually appealing like a door molding. It helps keep heat in and light and sound out. Here’s a How To video to put a white Door Gap Fix on. They are great for bedrooms, bathrooms, office doors, kids rooms, laundry rooms, dorm rooms…. I’ve had one on my door for over 2 years and it is still on. It has not been kicked off. it looks like door molding and blends right in with the door. It adds the privacy feature back to short doors with gaps. No more towels behind the door on the floor, no screws, nothing dragging on the floor. They are made in white and brown for Interior Doors. Small, Medium, Large. 1/2 inch, 1 inch, 1 1/2 inch. Great for Flooring Contractors to put on doors for clients after a floor remodel to hardwood, tile, travertine or for homeowners that want to extend the door without replacing it. No need to remove door. Low Cost and easy DIY Installation. You can find them at doorgapfix.com

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                “Stock Refinishing Part 1- Removing the old finish”

                This section covers what you need to do to clean the stock of your rifle for refinishing. Be sure to watch part 2 and please subscribe.

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