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November 11, 2011


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Hi Alfredo, yes you should do a moisture test. If the subfloor is not within the recommended percentages your floor could buckle. You could also void the warranty. I would check your installation instructions. Thanks for your inquiry and for choosing Lumber Liquidators!

Alfredo Corral

Installing solid bamboo on second story on top of plywood. Should I worry about doing a moisture test?

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