Ron Call’s Tip of the Week #006- A Squeaky Hardwood Floor and Baby Powder?
Tip of the Week #006
April 27, 2012
by Ron Call, your Urbanfloor guy
Does your floor squeak when you walk on it? Older nail down type installations are notorious for squeaking. But floating floors and glued down installations can make noise as well. Seasonal changes will make your floor expand and contract and certain times of year the squeaking may be worse. Squeaks are caused by loose boards rubbing against one another or a nail or staple used to install your floor to the sub-floor may be rubbing against a joist as you walk. If your squeaking is throughout your home you may want to contact your floor covering professional as face nailing or crawling under the floor in your crawl space may be required.
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