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Timber floorboards, particleboard or plywood springy

Timber floorboards, particleboard or plywood squeaking

Timber floorboards cupping

  • Cupping occurs because boards are drier on one side than the other resulting in uneven shrinkage so cupping may be due to boards swelling if the moisture levels of internal spaces are higher than the moisture content of the boards

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Timber floorboards, particleboard or plywood flooring rotten

  • High subfloor moisture levels 

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  • Cladding leak

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Vinyl or linoleum flooring has bubbles under

  • Moisture evaporation in the concrete floor slab due to insufficient curing of slab before flooring was laid

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  • Moisture evaporation in the concrete floor slab due to damaged or non-existent damp-proof membrane under slab

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Carpet rotten

Timber overlay flooring – boards buckling

Water hammer (banging noise in pipes)

Planting or mulch blocking subfloor vents

Piled foundations – rusted fixings

  • High subfloor moisture levels; exposure to air-borne salt, dust or dirt; trapped moisture and dirt

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  • Copper-based timber treatments reacting with the metal of fixings

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