I am going to be laying 4" Brazilian Cherry strip flooring in an area where
1/4" oak parquet is now. I was wondering if I need to take the parquet off
before I start to lay the strip flooring or if nailing the boards through
parquet is an OK thing to do? I had some water damage in a small area and a
few parquet tiles lifted off. I was thinking of rougluing them and then
putting strip flooring on top but I am wondering if I am going to be able to
nail through the parquet and in to the subfloor. The Brazilian cherry strip
that I am going to put down is very hard wood as is and having another layer
of oak to drive nails through makes me a bit nervous.
Joutoba is a great looking wood, love the way it looks and if its half as
durable as they say, its a bargain.
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