Noise-Snap Crackle Pop and Squeaks

Noise-Snap Crackle Pop and Squeaks

Laminate - Squeaking - Popping noise 33 (2)

Flatness issues

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Flatness issues

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A 6' long metal straight-edge with a Veritas 1/64" Fractional Taper Gage was used to determine that the floor is within the manufacturer's tolerances for flatness. The measurements ranged from 0" to 1/16" in 6'. (Normal) No vertical movement of the flooring material was observed.

High edges of disengaged planks

High edges of disengaged planks

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cracked planks

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Installation damage

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Installation damage

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Not properly engaged/locked

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