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December 21, 2012


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Lumber Liquidators

Hi Wayne, most likely the floor is picking up moisture due to extra summer humidity in the basement, which causes it to expand. You might try a dehumidifier during the summer months to control the climate and keep the floor at a more constant humidity level. Hope this helps!


My laminate installation in our basement family room buckels up near the door entry from one room to the other. This only happens in the summer months.
Cement floor was sealed and covered by a vapor/heat barrier before the laminate was installed

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