Carefully removing boards

Q: This is similar to a previous question, but I want to see if I understand it correctly. I have hardwood in the dining room and now want to put it into the kitchen. Because the hardwood is to be staggered I will need to remove some boards to do this, am I understanding you correctly that I will need to remove some boards by using a circular saw to cut part of the board out?

Then using a chisel to carefully work underneath the remainder of the board so as not to damage the next board?

A: That is correct, unless you have a tool such as I do called the Fein Supercut which can plunge cut a straight cut right through a board without the need of a chisel.

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  1. I’m thinking this is the home of sonemoe hugely wealthy…Most Paris apparts are small to tiny. This is loft-like and not at all the usual going thing.The French do love ultra modern but usually warmed up with something else or at least essential Haussmann architectural details. This looks so LA-NYC to me…

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