To the left in this photo is a laundry closet with a (dirty, sorry) tile floor. The wood floor boards outside the closet end a few inches short of the tile inside the closet.
I want to saw off the ends of these floor boards so I can extend the adjacent tile out six more inches. What's the best way to trim the floor boards, especially near the ends?
I can use a circular saw guided by a nailed-down length of wood to do most of it, but that won't get within about 8 inches of the wall at the end (marked in red). I could use a router guided the same way to get a little closer but still not right up there.
Is a guided circular saw the best way to do most of it?
Do I need to do the last couple of inches (near the door jamb) by hand with chisels, hand saws, etc?
The reason I want to extend the tile (in case it matters) is I'm replacing the laundry machine with one that is a couple of inches deeper and I want to provide a flat even footing for the front feet and the ability to slide it forward a few inches without coming onto the wood.