Had to go down and finish off the floor today, one job was to fit a nice manhole cover to a small room/cupboard. The cover supplied was the type that you normally screed in, it was deep with angled sides. Anyway with a bit of fiddling about I managed to fit it and trimmed the off cut to fit into the lid same as the socket above really but bigger.
I got to use my new toy I treated myself to last week, a PS300 jigsaw. I had to bevel the back edges of the 35mm flooring by about 20mm so it would drop in to the cover. I find usually when I do this with a Bosch or similar you never have a perfectly straight bevel but I was surprised today the PS300 cuts really well on the 45 absolutely perfect in fact
. The PS feels much better in the hand to my Bosch GST 150 CE which I got last year. Its smaller and the switch is easier to shut off one handed if you have to which is good, I found with the Bosch you really needed to use both hands.
As soon as the floor is sanded and finished hopefully I will get some photo's from the client and I will post them here.