Dips in the floor


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Old 12-13-01, 04:49 AM
spritz
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Dips in the floor

Not even sure I want to ask this question, but...

Just finished installing Pergo in three downstairs rooms and I guess we missed a couple of places when we leveled the concrete slab, because in several spots, you can feel a dip in the floor. Again, we missed it, so don't know if it's greater than the recommended, but you can feel it with your feet. How much pressure can the boards take and is it normal to feel such spots? I really don't want to be the one to tell hubby he has to pull up an entire room to get to those places. It's glueless, so it would be possible but he'd probably never speak to me again. Any advice?
 
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Old 12-13-01, 02:13 PM
AzFred
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Could be "no big deal" and maybe you did miss a "spot". Good news is that you have glueless which can be taken up and adjusted. BAD NEWS could be that there is NOT enough expansion gap around the outside of the floor. Possibly the flooring wasn't acclimated and has expanded. Check it out to be sure there isn't a bigger problem. Both can be fixed and if needed sooner is better etc. etc.
 
 

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