Cutting a hardwood or laminate floor around a circle

Installing hardwood floors is all about the little details. Here is a trick to make your hardwood floor cuts tight and professional when you are negotiating a pillar or any other circular feature. You will need a some form of a compass and easy to cut foam

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Shantay Madison says:

Im sure you can build it too guys. Just look for woodprix page

Kalimdrone says:

Thank you for your videos. This definitely will save me.

Richard Crossley says:

Just wondering how may attempts it took to cut that right? The piece of wood you fitted is not the same one that you marked out marked out. Seem like a good way to do it though

Adam Rooney says:

Thanks Hunter. I’d been stressing over how to cut around the first step of a staircase. Just did it tonight using your technique and I nailed it on the first attempt.

Derek Pacheco says:

crocs?

Marty T says:

awesome video. Thank you!

Brandon Cole says:

could you just rack out a section wider than the pole and then lay the template over it and jigsaw a circle

Evgen Petsko says:

Hi. If you want to build it yourself just google for ‘woodprix’ . I know you’ll find good solutions for your idea.

Michael Cassam says:

Where does the 4 and a half come from when you use the trick to measure the end of the arc? I followed you up until that point but not sure where that number comes from. Thanks.

Creative End says:

great tip how about curves that isn’t a circle but an arc?.

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