Hello all. We are having a solid floor (T&G, nailed) fitted over existing original floorboards but unfortunately cannot take the skirting off and replace because it is Grade II listed and we can't risk breaking it. Ideally we do not want to use any sort of scotia or edging profile for aesthetic purposes, therefore we were thinking of using this specialised machine to slice the required void out of the skirting, then 'tuck' flooring under the skirting. http://www.ps-tools.com/catalog/virutex-rz270s-skirting-door-trimmer-p-4697.html My questions are: *Has anyone used this type of machine before? Thoughts, recommendations? *Might the fact that each starting board would have to be tucked under the skirting impede the installation in any way? Time? Awkwardness? *Would the cutting height of the skirting have to be a couple millimetres higher than the finished floor level to allow a tapping device to be used to snap that last board back into the next? Thank you for your advice.