I have a 3/4" thick maple hardwood floor that abuts my living room, which is
carpeted. The ends of the hardwood were left ragged and the transition
between the hardwood and carpet is covered with a metal strip. I'm going to
install hardwood in the living room and, in order to create a straight edge
on the currently installed hardwood, I need to cut across twelve 3" planks.
The problem is that the end planks are up against a wall and I can't figure
out a method to use to get a nice even cut right up to the walls. The cut
will be in a very visible area so it has to be clean.
I can use my circular saw for the middle, but it leaves one plank uncut when
the base hits the wall.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.