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Hardwood flooring around brick hearth?

Posted by love2weed (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 7, 11 at 21:09

I know that undercutting is the way to go, but we are having a hard time finding a jamp saw to rent with a diamond blade and we are definitely not pros. If we can find a saw to rent--is this really a job for a pro or easy enough for someone with a some experience? Does quarter round look horrible? I've Googled and cannot seem to find a pic of a FP hearth with quarter round.


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RE: Hardwood flooring around brick hearth?

You can accurately fit the wood to the profile of the hearth and then caulk the small resulting gap with a color-matched flexible sealant.


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RE: Hardwood flooring around brick hearth?

love2weed - I have saved two postings that my be of help. We will have a similar situation when we install wood in our LR.

Here is a link that might be useful: Help?How to trim fireplace gap after floor install?


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Another saved posting

Here's the other posting (see link below).
Hopefully, there will be some info that may be helpful.

Laurie

Here is a link that might be useful: Hardwood and brick hearth finishing


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