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Old 12-09-2010, 08:05 PM   #16
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Jambsaw/Undercut Saw for 8" Baseboard

Originally Posted by Bud Cline View Post
Because...hardwood flooring is in fact unstable (believe it or not) when it comes to covering it with a rigid ceramic tile installation. It moves slightly in all directions with seasonal changes, atmospheric changes, yada yada, and such but as a hardwood floor the movement goes unnoticed. Place a hard rigid tile floor over it and you can be asking for serious trouble.

OK I stuck it in the memory bank. Thank you

Where else have you looked?
Why would I look somewhere else I already know everything just ask me ( but not the wife or kid).

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