Has anyone ever salvaged 3 inch oak tongue and groove flooring to use again in another location? My circa 1850 hewed log home had oak flooring laid over its original flooring in 1945, and we'd like to restore it and use the oak elsewhere. How can we pull it up without destroying it? It appears that they laid a framing of 2X4s back in 1945, and nailed the oak tongue and groove to it. Would a recip saw work, do you suppose, to cut the nails to that framing? Or is there something else? Thanks!