A rebuilt 21 year old body to wear out again, complete makeover. 🤪
Patrick J. Russell
To be able to karate-chop perfect cuts with no dust.
To match any floor perfectly stain-wise. 🥴
A day off and a raise?
Sandpaper that never dulls!
To be able to turn LVP into real wood floors.
Cordless flooring nailer.
Telekinesis to run the equipment.
Stain pine perfectly.
An actual helper….
A forecast-like database of every local flooring company’s square footage rate. Much like checking the forecast on the weather channel…
To be able to bend over pain-free!
💯 percent sand and finish results.
(No hairs, scratches etc., perfect finish coat like a factory finish.)
A cordless buffer.
Battery drum sander that doesn't weigh a ton and holds a charge for a day.
A board stretcher.
The phone number to that truck driving school.
The Other Guys Wood Floors
The ability to say “no.”
Single-swipe scraping. One swipe, all stain and finish gone!
Customers pay the bill and add 25% tip.
Snap your fingers and all the vacuums are dumped and the truck is neatly loaded.
Joel E Arias
Get paid on time all the time. PLEASE.
Snap your fingers it’ll all be edged perfectly.
Turn wood dust into gold.
The ability to find the tool I’ve just used in under 10 seconds.
Master stair builder.
Be Lenny Hall when I grow up.
Almost 30 years in the field and a fire that still burns, my unachieved skill is the ability to walk away.
Good question. The ability to trust others with my responsibilities.
The ability to enjoy scraping corners.
A career do-over!!!!!
To be free of all back and knee pain.
Ability to see all the staples of underlay carpet … and remove them in a second!
How to ride a desk.
How to bleach white oak. 😭
To always at any given moment have a pencil within arms reach.
How to level a floor.
Go back to real bundles and banish cluster bundles.
A pair of new knees.
“Chasing the grain” technique of making a repair after poly has been applied.
The ability to deal with crazy unreasonable customers. 😵💫
To clone myself.