How to Patch a Hole in a Wood Floor from a Furnace Grate
By: Danny Lipford
To patch a hole in a wood floor left by the removal of a floor furnace grate – such as we had in the Kuppersmith Project house – start by installing floor joists across the opening, followed by a subfloor, felt paper, and flooring. Here’s how to go about patching a wood floor in your home.
Once the gas line had been disconnected, and the old gas floor furnace taken out:
- Sand and Refinish Floor: Sand and refinish the floor so the old and new flooring match.
Watch this video to find out more.
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