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WATER DAMAGED SUBFLOOR


Posted by MINDY MARR on January 14th, 2003 09:42 AM
In reply to subflooring by Hotwire on May 12th, 2001 01:12 PM [Go to top of thread]

SEVERAL MONTHS AGO WE NOTICED THAT A LEAK FROM OUR FURNACE HAD DONE DAMAGE TO OUR VINYL FLOOR, UNDERLAYMENT AND SUBFLOOR. WE HAD A CONTRACTOR COME TO ASSESS THE DAMAGE AND IT WAS DECIDED THAT THE FLOOR WAS NOT AT RISK OF ANY KIND OF COLLAPSE AND THAT WE COULD HOLD OFF OF GETTING IT REPAIRED. HOWEVER, NOW THE FLOOR IS VERY NOISY AND CREAKING EVERY TIME IT IS WALKED ACROSSED. I HAVE ALSO NOTICED THAT THERE SEEMS TO BE A GAP BETWEEN THE BASEBOARD AND THE VINYL FLOORING NEAR WHERE THE LEAK OCCURED. ANY SUGGESTIONS ON HOW THIS PROBLEM CAN BE REMEDIED WITHOUT REPLACING THE DAMAGED FLOOR OR IS THAT THE ONLY ALTERNATIVE?

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