Need to cut baseboard flush with floor

cbgtennisAugust 25, 2009

I have a problem. The idiots that laid my hardwood floors down never took off the baseboard. I want to remove the baseboard and change it out, but I can't pull it away from the wall now. What would you use to cut it fairly flush to the floor? I have a multimaster fein tool, but that would take forever, plus it would be costly for all the blades. Would a rotozip work? Any other ideas?

I posted this in remodeling also. Didn't know which forum to use.

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