Peaked End Joints

Peaked End Joints

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Peaking end joints

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Lack of expansion space

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Peaking end joints

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Measure peaking

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Up-and-down movement when applying finger pressure

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Isolated peaking

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Peaking end joints

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Peaking end joints

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Check floor temperature

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Peaking end joints

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Peaking

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Peaking end joints

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Steel ruler shows peaking

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Steel ruler shows peaking

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Lack of expansion space

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Floor locked in place

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Check expansion space

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What you need to know

End joint peaking is a condition where the ends of the planks or tiles are raised. This condition is often visible in areas where lighting strikes across the floor accentuating the issue and can occur due to manufacturing-related issues, site contaminants such as abatement chemicals, environmental issues, and improper installation.

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