Hump in my floor

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Old 01-19-05, 10:34 AM
TheHammer
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Hump in my floor

I am going to be installing a laminate floor in my dinning/living room area. (probably Dupont) There is a bit of a hump in the floor down the middle of the room, its flat for about 10' and then humps down about 3/4" over the next 8'. I was going to put the floor in longways over the hump.

Is this going to be a major problem in the future? The box I have for a sample lays over it just fine and is not raised.
 
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Old 01-19-05, 03:35 PM
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Failure to adhere to the strict substrate flatness specifications, for laminate flooring is a recipe for failure.

Read the substrate flatness specs for the laminate you choose. Then don't install the flooring until the substrate meets those specs.
 
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Old 01-20-05, 04:32 AM
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Your floor will be doomed for failure! Plus, warrenty will be worthless.
 
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Old 01-20-05, 05:35 AM
TheHammer
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Thanks for the help , I'll just have to rip the ply up and level it off better, that part on a slope used to be the porch and it settled differntly over time..... might even be able to re-hang the joists. Guess I won't know till I open it up.
 
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