As far as I know you have a choice between buying new tongue and groove
floorboards, used tongue and groove floorboards, or flooring grade
chipboard. You would need to get quotes for replacement flooring of your
choice, and compare that with the cost of hiring a floor sander, assuming
you would need to hire one. I think it would be cheaper to sand the floor.
See http://www.hss.com/index.php?p 412 for some idea of prices.
Is this replacement of the whole floor, if so, what size room? To hire a
sander for a day will be the same for a small room as for a large one.
Replacing all the floor boards in a small room might be similar to the cost
of a day's hire of a sander and the cost of the disks.
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