Patching a Hole in a Hardwood Floor

To patch the hole from a floor furnace in the First Time Homeowner house, we started by removing the air return, then filled in the hole in the floor with floor joists and plywood subfloor. Next, the boards of the existing hardwood floor were cut back in a staggered pattern with an oscillating tool, and new flooring was interlaced into the old and nailed in place.

Watch this video to find out more.

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Chelsea Lipford Wolf is a born-and-raised home enthusiast, adding her crafty skills and passion for DIY to Today’s Homeowner Media as co-host of the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” TV Show. In addition, Chelsea maintains her own home lifestyle and décor blog and award-winning web-series, Chelsea Lipford Wolf is a born-and-raised home enthusiast, adding her crafty skills and passion for DIY to Today’s Homeowner Media as co-host of the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” TV Show. In addition, Chelsea maintains her own home lifestyle and décor blog and award-winning web-series, ”Checking In With Chelsea.”

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  1. I live in a traler how do i fix the floor? How do i replace the duck under the traler? if my e.mail do not work please call me ok ty all 1-708-953-7042 & Ty all for yr help

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