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Old 05-29-2011, 03:54 AM   #1
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Laminate flooring hump


I was wondering if anybody could help me out
My flooring is has a small hump in it and when you walk on it it flatens out. The sub floor looks like it is well supported don see any sagging. Any thoughts

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This assumes that is once was OK, and all the boards are correctly snapped together. When the floor was installed there was suppoed to be a space of about 1/4 all around to allow for expansion. If that space is not there, the floor will bulge if it cannot expand.

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Thanks for the info thats what I kind of figured
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