Another solid Oak floor last week. Glued down to concrete, but this time using a Gekko gun and a lot less messy than with a trowel.
|Ready to go down|
|Cutting station set up with dust extractor|
|Alex with the oversized gun, my partner in crime on this floor!|
|Midway clamp up, always tricky to keep it tight when gluing a floor to concrete|
|Wedging up the end at the end of the first day, still another room to go|
|First floor looking good.|
|Last board to clamp up. with my patented bent bit of metal and clamps set as spreaders|
|Track saw making ripping easy|
|cutting under frames so no expansion gaps can be seen in doorways|
|Second floor nearing the finish|
|Sanding up, orbital after the big floor sander has finished just to take off the marks left by the drum|
More pictures to follow. Managed to do the last bit of sanding today so now it's ready for oiling then I can drop back and do the doors, architraves and skirtings.