Re: installing hardwood in room with a bay
I'm sorry, I don't quite understand the question. Why would the bay need to be treated any differently than the rest of the floor? When installing a wood floor, you leave a gap between the flooring and the walls for expansion and contraction. The bay would be treated the same as everywhere else, a gap left at the wall, angles cut to meet the needs of the walls (or cabinets, doorways, etc. ).
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