This is a 32-hour workshop course focusing on basic hardwood installation to produce a successful installation. Discussion begins with wood flooring origins, from forest to the manufacturing process of making wood flooring. Proper tools, safety, job evaluation and preparation, moisture levels, layout and board replacement will be discussed. Nail down installation will be the primary focus and glue down procedures will be covered.
Tools and/or supplies needed: Clear safety glasses/goggles, work boots, blue chalk line, carpenter's framing square 16”x24”, carpenter's speed square, tape measure, hammer, pry bar, wood chisel, utility knife, pen/pencil/notebook highlighter.
|Course Length:||32 Hours|
|Designed for Craft:||Carpenters / Floor Coverers|
|Upon Completion:||Your UBC Training Verification card will be updated indicating successful course completion.|
|Certificate Type:||This a Carpenter Skill Advancement Program issued Certificate of Participation only.|
|Certificate Expires:||No expiration date.|
|Refresher Requirement:||No refresher course required at this time.|