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Old 08-18-2008, 01:56 PM   #1
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Free float - wood plank sinks in/springs back up


I hired a contractor who recently installed a pre-engineered wood floor using the free-float installation method, with a foam and cork underlayment over ceramic tile. Everything looks great however I am now noticing that in one area, two wood planks (adjacent to each other) sink down/spring up when I walk over it.

Are there any suggestions on what could be done to fix these two problem areas?
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Free float - wood plank sinks in/springs back up


I assume it is a Low spot in the floor this can be fixed with a tarpaper build up in the low area
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