Professional Hardwood Flooring Jack Positioning Tool

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$59.09

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Designed to pull or push tongue & groove flooring strips into place and hold them tightly for hands-free nailing

Eliminates using pry bars or crowbars, Speeds up installation and save you time

Provides needed leverage in tight spots

Helps build a better floor and makes the job easier

Works great for under-cabinet installations

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  • Designed to pull or push tongue & groove flooring strips into place and hold them tightly for hands-free nailing


  • Eliminates using pry bars or crowbars, Speeds up installation and save you time


  • Provides needed leverage in tight spots


  • Helps build a better floor and makes the job easier


  • Works great for under-cabinet installations

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer‏:‎

No

Package Dimensions‏:‎

15.83 x 4.72 x 4.41 inches; 6 Pounds

Date First Available‏:‎

July 31, 2018

Manufacturer‏:‎

WINTOOLS

ASIN‏:‎

B07G2KWQBT

Best Sellers Rank:

#3 in Floor Jacks (Industrial & Scientific)

Customer Reviews:

522 ratings

10 reviews for Professional Hardwood Flooring Jack Positioning Tool

  1. Jim Piz

    Floor jacking tool worked perfectly, made the job much easier, wish I bought one of these tools years ago. Quality was excellent, release worked perfectly, don’t understand why other people had troubles with release handle, I pushed handle all the way forward and it released. Would recommend this product to a friend.

  2. Justin B.

    I just finished putting down a hardwood floor and this flooring jack really helped speed up the last few courses. In the past I used a combination of pieces of wood and pry bars and it always took awhile to find the right combination and it wasn’t always easy to apply pressure and use other tools at the same time. The jack worked great and made it easy to get things tight and fastened quickly. I wish I wold have purchased one a long time ago. I would suggest using a block inbetween the wall and floor when possible because I did punch a hole right through the Sheetrock, luckily the baseboard will cover it no problem. Well worth it.

  3. Jo Jo

    Works really well when pulling up pieces that are close to an unobstructed wall, but we couldn’t find a way to adapt it when working close to radiant heat registers.

  4. Amazon Customer

    This tool has been indispensable when working on a wood flooring project. I’ve been able to press warped boards to eliminate any gaps when working close to walls where its too close for using a floor nailer. Worked great every time. The tool feels solid and well made. There are options that cost almost 10 times as much but this is great for my needs

  5. Dj

    Do you need it? No. Does it make doing floors easier? Definitely. Would I recommend? 100%.I was recently convinced by a friend to do my own floors. Seemed easy enough. Did most of 1 room but could not get a small wall piece to lock in. Struggled for hours with no success. This makes pushing in those final pieces next to the wall a breeze. Really takes the stress out.Tip: put a scrap board between Jack and wall to prevent damage to wall. Learned the hard way by denting the base board a bit.

  6. sipages

    Powerful tool and capable of tightening wood/vinyl flooring with ease. My grandsons and I put flooring in 2 rooms. Occasionally a row would loosen up as we were working and we would use this tool to bring it back together. We did use a 1×3 against the wall to spread the pressure and prevent damage to the drywall. We thought it worked better than a pull bar and a hammer.

  7. VT Rex

    This is one of those tools that you never need until you need it. It works well to help get your planks tight when you are too close to a wall to use your mallet.This tool is perfectly fine. Don’t over think this by reading a bunch of reviews on a bunch of different brands for this tool. This one works and I think it’s one of the less expensive ones. I can not imagine how this tool might work better. I am not a pro so maybe I just don’t know but this one is well built and works fine.

  8. Sammusher

    For a residential user this product is great, I was able to tighten up the gaps along the walls easily and efficiently. It is easy to use and really made a positive addition to my flooring tool set. I would buy again!

  9. Anthony C.

    You have to be careful as it tends to pull back and up so you have to get tly tap the wood back down.. but a must for hard wood installs.

  10. ASEMASTER

    Once I figured out how to use this thing its great. Personally I had no issues with releasing it, once tight, Nail boards and then throw handle forward and it pops.I was able to get to the point where I could hold handle with knee to keep pressure Nail both sides slide foot down and then nail again. Mush faster than prying and tucking, The max distance I was able to use was at full extension and 5 pieces of flooring stacked against wall. Cheap and Flimsy but gets it done.Not for the Everyday pro but a 1-2 job use and pitch is well worth it.

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