Name: Claire & JeffreyType of Project:
Minneapolis, MinnesotaType of building:
Single-family bungalow, 950 square feet
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After tearing the walls down, we decided to jump on getting the floors done based on our schedules. Above: at left, the floors patched with salvaged wood, and at right, the finished product.
We cleared out the room, cleaned up the floors, and rented a drum sander from Ace. 18 hours of hard labor (Jeffrey gets all the credit on this one), and about $260 will get you stunning floors. STUNNING.
Looking in from the living room. The view before the floor refinishing marathon.
Note the salvaged patch to the right in this shot. The drum sander we rented from Ace for $45 is to the left.
2am and the most exiting part! Staining the maple to ebony to match the rest of the house.
7am and time to poly.
Our new floors!
Estimated time for project: 4-8 weeks
Time remaining: 2-4 weeks
(Images and diary text: Claire Moyle)
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