Wood floor plank lengths

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On Sat, 24 Mar 2007 00:33:48 -0400, "MiamiCuse"

Simple.
The cut ends go against walls, not other boards.
You can have a 5' and a 1', a 2' and a 4', and two 3' from each plank, with very little waste. You just don't use both cuttings in the same course.
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MiamiCuse wrote:

The trick is <shhh>...make new T&G in the cut ends. Or face nail each end.
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Just whack a couple of them into random lengths and work from there. That will keep the joints totally random and look good.
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