I have a contractor who is installing 5/8" thick carbonized bamboo flooring upstairs. Poor planning on his part created large gaps between the base boards and the last run of flooring about an inch and a half to 3/4ths of width. On top of this he left two coworkers on the job who know nothing of trim work. I sent them home. so how does one fix this problem without tearing up existing work. On one part of a bedroom he bumped out the space on the floor with a piece of molding the same height as the 3/4" molding to get a fit. Help! I am about to fire the whole crew.
Make them rip some floor boards down to the appropriate width and install them to narrow the gap.
It would be virtually impossible to make it work out exactly where you only have full-width floor boards. Has this guy never installed wood flooring before?