So I just had all my second floor floors refinished by a local company. I think they did a fine job considering that the original material was 3/8ths of an inch, T&G. After all this time (110 years) the top layer (above the tongue) is about 1/16th. This floor won’t ever be sanded again. Now I’m going to install baseboard and I want to protect the floor really well. At the moment my sliding miter saw w/stand and a small work table are in the largest room on this level, sitting on a sheet of 4 mil plastic with 1/4” plywood under the legs. I’m thinking this isn’t enough. What material should I purchase that will keep me from ruining the newly refinished oak?
Werner announced the new Extension Ladder WalkThru, a ladder accessory that allows users to make an ergonomic transition from ladder to roof.
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