I wanted to share this great tool adaptation we did recently. We had a large job and only one nailer on site. We had a lot of guys on the job, but we couldn’t keep up as far as nailing was concerned—we were always waiting on the guy shooting. Then this great idea popped in my head:



Now the hardest part is nailing slow enough! The guy on the nailer has to be able to run fast to keep up for the right nailing schedule.

Greg Ceglarski and his partner, Cairo Chapman, have a small timber flooring business in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, called Scribed Flooring. Greg’s evolution (some may say de-evolution) into installing timber floors has been unorthodox to say the least; he began his flooring life selling carpet before climbing the corporate ladder to become the state sales manager of Australia's largest flooring company, training and managing 40 sales staff before owning and running his own franchise, then finally falling into installation when a contractor cancelled on a job in the 11th hour.

Being mainly self-taught, he has always been open-minded about the possibilities when it comes to timber floors and not realising that some things could not be done (or should be done). He has had some fantastic successes and also some expensive failures.

Greg has also won some ATFA trophies, including the 2016 Pre Finished runner up and Installed Floor win and Overall Floor of the Year; he backed that up in 2017 with runner up Pre Finished stairs and a win with Pre Finished.

As Greg’s focus is on installation, he likes to live in “prefinished land,” as he thinks it’s far more challenging installing a coated floor, trying to achieve the things you usually only see in a sanded and coated floor. Challenging staircases always seem to find Greg, and over the last 10 years he has developed a secret method of “folding” timber into an indestructible stair nosing, which he is happy to make for anybody.