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Old 12-08-2007, 04:00 PM   #1
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Hardwood flooring - 3 walls and a sunken living room


I am putting hardwood flooring in a Dining room, sunken living room. The dining room has 3 walls and joins the living room. the joists run the length of the rooms north to south. there is 1 step to the living room.
If I start at the north wall in dining room and when I get to the step I will have to make a cut cutting the groove off how do I join the nosing?
Or should I run the flooring north and south which is wrong ?
Or is there a nosing that comes with a groove side?

Any help will be greatly appreciated

Thanks Brent

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Hardwood flooring - 3 walls and a sunken living room


Brent, I am having a hard time seeing everything.

Can you sketch a diagram for me?

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