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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2018 7:24 am    Post subject: Wooden floor arch Reply with quote

<P>Floor surface water: the installation process, inevitably sometimes the glue is not fully seams. If the mop drips while dragging the floor, it will cause water to accumulate on the floor surface and enter from the sewer with few seams. The floor base will absorb moisture and cause partial expansion and vesicularity. In this case, the surface of the flooring is partially bulged.</P>
<P>Under the floor into the water from the drum: the surface phenomenon for the joints bulging shape more uniform, heavier than the water near the source, far away more and more flat. Such problems are: near the bathroom, kitchen, heating pipes, air conditioning condensate outlet, windows and other places. If the flooding for a long time, the surface phenomenon is not obvious, you can open the floor to check whether there is a watermark to determine the cause.</P>
<P>Short seams from the floor drum: the performance of the long floors for each short side of the seam from the drum, the ground is usually too heavy due to moisture. The higher the bulge, indicating the greater the ground moisture.</P>
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