Pretty much the same as last Saturday.
The remaining joists were replaced, the strapping reinstalled and the floorboard postions measured up.
I brought home the one floorboard run that I marked up the previous day.
One position had changed and some of the other positions varied by 10 mm moving from side to side.
I used these measurements to update my gauge.
I also brought down a large supply of floorboards from storage.
Previously when I have prepared floorboard runs I have iterated through all steps for each run.
That is: choose floorboard lengths, mark up docking positions, dock, clean rubbish from the tongue and groove, mark up hole positions, rebate holes, drill out holes.
This time I am trying something new. I have completed all the timber selection and docking as a single batch operation.
I will see if this is more efficient.
I have prepared 28 runs in the last two days.
On the Monday public holiday I need to clean all these down and drill all the holes.
I spent half the day scraping rubbish out of the tongue and groove of each piece of floorboard.
I was surprised how long it took to clean up all 28.
Towards evening I started to make progress on rebating and drilling the holes.
Hopefully I can finish this off during the week during work breaks.
Completed the holes in all 28 runs
During my lunch break I took all 28 floorboard runs out to site, carried them up to the loft floor, placed them on gluts and covered them in black plastic.