Noise (Snap Crackle Pop}

Noise (Snap Crackle Pop}

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Cracked tone

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Flatness issues

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Check floor flatness

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Nail prevents floor from floating

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Check expansion space

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No expansion space

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Floor locked in place

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Lack of expansion space

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What You Need to Know

Noisy Floor Systems (Snap, Crackle, Pop)

While some noises emanating from a Laminate floor are not unusual (such as minor squeaks); persistent and repeatable popping, crackling, or squeaking can be an issue.
Noises in the floor are caused when movement occurs between two (or more) contacting surfaces. Each of the individual components, which make up the floor system, can be responsible for a noise-related condition. These points of contact include

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Noise (Snap Crackle Pop}

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Maintenance Issues

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Gaps

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Edge Damage or Chipping

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Construction Dust Contamination

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Chair Protectors

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Buckling

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Bubbling or Swelled Edges

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Water Damage

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Gloss Variation

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