Forum Title: Installing Quarter Round On Baseboard That Is Not Square With The Floor.
I have recently made the transition from farmer to home contractor and while I quite of bit of experience from extensive DIY projects, I find that sometimes I have missed learning something simple. So I do not know if my question is simple or something that is actually challenging. My problem is a house that I am remodeling for an investor. Someone installed vinyl plank flooring without removing the baseboard. When they were done, they caulked the gap between the vinyl and baseboard. The caulk is starting to deteriorate, so the investor was thinking about installing quarter round to cover the caulked gap up. Installing quarter round will be a challenge because the baseboard design is not square with the floor, so there will be a gap between the quarter round and the baseboard. I am also concerned about removing and replacing the baseboard. I am afraid that I will mess up the vinyl floor in the process. Any ideas about the best way to fix this situation?
Category: General Contractor Post By: DALE RICHARDS (Paterson, NJ), 02/10/2018

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