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    What causes a floor to bounce?

    Flooring Specialists

    What causes a floor to bounce, how can this be resolved, and what can I do to prevent it from worsening in the future? Thanks.

    Asked by Kelly on 28th Feb 2022
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    Pjs screeding services Ltd

    "The sub-base floor is uneven, it could be caused by something as little as a dip in the sub-base, a remedial self Leveling screed, over the sub base floor to bring it all to a level base should resolve the issue.
    Paul
    Pjs screeding services ltd"

    Answered on 1st Mar 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    aghomeimprovements

    "Your floor can bounce due to a lack of screws or it can be rotten you might of to remove the flooring and have it checked out...thanks Andre"

    Answered on 1st Mar 2022 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Gsfaffafagajh

    "If it is a laminate/wooden floor that is no older than 1-year, incorrect installation Mostly not enough expansion gap"

    Answered on 1st Mar 2022 - Member since Feb 2022 - report
    LB flooring

    "The subfloor could be unlevel that would cause your floor to bounce or around the edge of your floor which could be pushing against your which could cause it to bounce"

    Answered on 1st Mar 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report

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