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Unread 02-27-2011, 06:30 PM   #10
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Hi Nathan

I suggest having a manufacturers rep comes out first, and contacting a lawyer as Mike suggested.

For removal, you could use a diamond blade in a circular saw to start. The key is to get some crowbars under the luan, and try to pry as much of the floor up as you can. Since luan was used, it was probably stapled every few inches.

You're just going to start the project and see what you run into, and come back here if you have any problems. Unfortunately removal is going to be quite a messy undertaking. Use plenty of plastic to protect as much as possible from the dust.

We also make sure the furnace or AC is turned off during the process also.
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