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Old 11-08-2012, 11:15 AM   #1
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I will be picking up 28 cases of wood flooring this weekend however I don't plan to install until after the new year. I doubt it's a good idea but thought I would ask if storing it in my detached garage for about six weeks is an option?

The plan is to also tile our kitchen floor which would meet the wood floor. In what order should the tile and wood be installed?

What is the best way to go about baseboards based on looks? Should they be removed prior to new flooring install or just leave it and put down quarter-round?

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My back hurts just reading "28 cases of wood flooring."

I would store it in your house, if at all possible. Perhaps stacked along the walls in a few rooms.

For my remodel job, I'm R&Ring the baseboard trim. Then again, it needs a good coat of paint and that's easier to do on a bench than on the floor.

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