My installer put my 36 inch hardwood medallion in rotated. He measured off the wall. rather than aligning to his flooring, which makes it off just under 3/8" edge to edge. Is off, looks off. Focal point in entry, shouts "Hey look at me, I'm really cool, if I were only installed straight."
Flooring is stapled, medallion is glued, and pin nailed around the periphery, I think with Bostik's Best. Plywood subfloor. The floor is sanded but not final.
It will be removed. Rip up the T&G, then remove the medallion.
Anything like a wire saw or something that could remove the medallion plywood base from the plywood subfloor? If the medallion cannot be salvaged, what is the best way to avoid damaging the subfloor?
Medallion itself is about 3/8" hardwood pattern over 3/8" plywood.