^^^Maybe. If it helps the lines are tied off in circuit so the blacks are capped together, the whites are capped together and the red is capped alone.
Power is running through the box.
My handy stepfather installed wood flooring but I would say it took about 3x as long for him to do it as someone else to do it. A nail gun is a must.
We currently have glued flooring in our townhouse and it has a lot of gaps where I think the people who had it installed, didn't wait for it to dry. Plus the glue got on a lot of base boards. Cannot recall who has floating flooring that I know.
Can't help from a shopping standpoint but it did come up when we thought of replacing our glued flooring...it will cost about the same to remove the old flooring as it will cost to buy the new flooring per square foot.
As for our townhouse we are selling, we got an offer at 6.5% off asking. We are countering hoping to get a little more out of our place. Enough to cover a few things in the new place in addition to our down payment. So far we are at 22 days on the market with 2 weeks being over the Christmas and New Year's holidays.