Forum Title: ReBounding Walls
Any of you lamninate installers and guys who also do hardwood floaters run into rebounding walls ie walls that give. I have run into quite a few lately. I find if your not installing a floor with a UNICLIC locking mechanism the end joints pop open. I did a few rows and go back and look and there they are, open end joints. Ain't nuthin worse then end joint popping open. That happened to me on a LL laminate recently and a Pergo Presto job. BTW that presto is the worst crap I have ever installed in my humble opinion. If you tap it in the end joint just a smidgen to much the end joints peak really bad. I never see this with a UNICLIC system.
Category: Flooring Post By: WALLACE BOWEN (Spokane Valley, WA), 03/04/2019

Give me a nail down any day of the week . I did one where there was so much junk in the joinery i had to scarf every board , and still had to fight to get them together .

- KIMBERLEY S (Miami, FL), 04/26/2019

I like naildown too. Problem out here is no one knows how to properly fasten down the UL. Down stairs is concrete and if you get a 2 story be ready for krappy OSB to deal with.

- Sam Formisano (Durham, NC), 05/18/2019

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