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Question DetailsAsked on 6/17/2011

Squeaking floors

We need help with squeaking floors. Our first and second floors have areas that squeak and there seem to be more every day. Our house is about 29 years old and has carpeting over all of the floors except the kitchen, foyer and some tub areas. Who can we contact to help with this problem? We live in zip code 66213.

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Answered 7 years ago by Angie's List

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Usually ,as the house sattle and aged incliude the wether effect ,
wood in general will expand and contract,caused by cold and heat.
floors is the playwood nailed or scewed to the joices and the studs
so over time the nails or the scewes will loose its tightness.
so ,what you need to do is, pull the carpet and pad in sections if you can and inforce more screws from the plywood into the joices and the studs,

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Answered 6 years ago by zaksfloors




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