How to Repair Squeaky Wood Floors - This Old House

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How to Fix Your Squeaking Floors

From beginner to pro, we have all your answers to quiet those floor squeaks!

Hardwood floor refinishing by trial and error

Using a small handheld belt sander to refinish a floor, gap filling with shims, getting it smooth and free of specs and bumps. I learned along the way and show some of my mistakes. Not everything I tried turned out to be a good idea. But the floor turned out good, just more work than it could have been. For a while I had comments disabled. Over 1000 comments, but really it was mostly different version of the same two negative comments over and over "you should have rented a sander", and "you should have hired a professional". Both of which are already addressed at the end of the video. You can see this floor again in my domino machine video:

How to Add Outlets to a Room

Watch the full episode: Ask This Old House’s Electrician Scott Caron adds outlets to baseboards as well as floors. He runs electric wiring from the fuse box and gets the homeowner the coverage she needs. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: Time: 3 hours Cost: $20-100 Skill Level: Medium Tools List for Adding Outlets to a Room: Drill Jigsaw or router Wire stripper Screwdrivers Shopping List: Insulation rod Outlet boxes. Electrical wires. Faceplates. Steps: 1. Turn off all power to working area at main electrical panel. 2. Trace out cut area for each elecrical box. 3. Drill corner holes to pilot saw blade. 4. If necessary, drill into framing for wiring 5. Run electrical wires from outlet box holes to electrical panel, pulling 4 feet through the wall. 6. Strip insulation from electrical wires and attach to electrical box 7. Attach white wires to silver screws and black wires to brass screws and then the ground wire. 8. Use electrical tape to tape around the box. 9. Attach box to the wall and cover with outlet plate. 10. Repeat for each outlet needed. 11. De-energize the whole electrical panel by shutting off the house’s main breaker. 12. Install and arc volt breaker by attaching white and black wire to the breaker. 13. Attach white wire from the new breaker directly onto the electrical panel’s neutral bar. 14. Turn the main breaker back on. 15. Electricity is not a hobby, if you don’t feel comfortable with any of these steps, call an electrician. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: Twitter: Pinterest: G+: Instagram: Tumblr:


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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva silences some squeaky floors. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

Full episode:

How to Repair Squeaky Floors Through Carpeting:

How to Strip a Hardwood Floor:

How to Refinish Hardwood Floors:

Shopping List for How to Repair Squeaky Wood Floors:
- 2-inch (6d) finishing nails
- counter-Snap breakaway screws
- wood filler stick

Tools for How to Repair Squeaky Wood Floors:
- drill/driver fitted with ⅛-inch-diameter drill bit

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