Jul , Tap in next board and repeat Once the first piece is solidly on, put wood glue in the groove of the next piece of flooring, slide it into place so that the top is even with the plywood, and then bang it into place with a hammer and a long block of wood (You hold the block against the tongue and bang on the
Also, it s very difficult to replace just a board or two Once you start popping them out, all the tongue and groove connectors on adjacent boards get damaged You really have to rip out everything between the T molding pieces (spacers that go in doorways) A good tip for the future would be to put a drain pan under any
When replacing rotten porch flooring, the columns are jacked up so the new flooring can installed beneath them Once the flooring has been replaced, the new spindles and bottom railing are installed and mounted between the columns Watch this video Installing tongue and groove ipe flooring with stainless steel screws.
In this form of joint the flooring is laid by nailing diagonally throu h the tongue, and when the underside of t e groove fits beneath the said tongue, the groove being one thirty second of an inch arger than Fi re resents a section of a board provi ed wit a tongue and groove made in accordance with my invention, and Fig.
Apr , It s Not Tongue Groove Sadly it s not this one either Tongue and groove boards are used in all different places in old homes Flooring is of course the most common but there is a lot of siding that is tongue and groove as well Tongue and groove (or T amp G as it is sometimes simplified) is just what it sounds.
Jul , So back to the d ing board we went, and after sifting through way too many reviews on the merits of paint vs stain then ultimately turning to you for help (you guys rock) we He used a nap roller for semi rough surfaces, allowing him to get into all the nooks of our tongue and groove flooring.
Aug , In one spot, there was no beam to land the end of the tongue and groove on What we ended up doing was notching a board into the wall, and then landing the tongue and groove on top of that board (eventually to be embeded inside the finished wall) This was not a big deal, but placement of those beams