I saw a small drop of water in one of the seams of my laminate flooring. Approximately a week later, several seams started to lift up. I tried to heat up the room in hopes to evaporate the water, but it hasn't worked out yet. Looking for some ideas.
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Most laminite not even beow grade rated.
Did you follow all the instrution on all the extra steps needed to install it below grade?
I believe so. My father-in-law has been doing construction for the last 30yrs. He was in charge, but now it is what it is. The biggest problem I'm having is I can't tell is something spilled or if is leaking in, because there is a small space between wood and plastic barrier every time you walk around the water keeps spreading. Don't know how to dry everything without pulling up the floor.