How NOT to fit a Wood Floor
This is a typical example of how some people fit wood floors. As can be seen by the image, the crown line for the Herringbone E931 has been set out very well, however the floor has not been protected and the equipment has been left on the new floor.
The actual floor will easily get damaged and the client will probably end up with a damaged floor and probably expensive repairs because of the lack of care.
What should happen is that the floor should be covered at all times, and the site kept clean, with adhesive and other equipment kept off the new floor, that has been fitted. Like the image below.
Below is an example of a Walnut wood floor that has been professionally protected and cared for.