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lamitate floors soaked

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It really is a bad week for me, the missus decided to bleed the radiator but she unscrewed to far and the screw fell off so she could not tighten it up, by the time i got back to help half the floor w… Read More
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9y, 4d agoPosted 9 years, 4 days ago
It really is a bad week for me, the missus decided to bleed the radiator but she unscrewed to far and the screw fell off so she could not tighten it up, by the time i got back to help half the floor was soaked.I mopped it all up yesterday but this morning all the joins have risen and slight gaps formed in the laminate.Not sure if should take the bad pieces out now incase it spreads and replace them, any advise please, bloody nightmare lol.
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9y, 4d agoPosted 9 years, 4 days ago
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banned#1
I'd wait to see how it looks when it dries out - laminate naturally moves a bit. - Can you borrow a de humidifier of anyone?

Poor you hope you get it sorted
#2
dont know anyone with one mate i only had it put down couple weeks ago had expensive underlay too but i suppose it only stops damp from underneath
#3
do you have any spare bits of laminate? If you do your best bet is taking out soaked ones and dry floor out underneath for a few days then fit spare ones. Once they are damaged they won't shrink back into shape so they will have to be thrown away. If you can't replace with like for like it might be worth a claim on the house insurance (unless the excess on your policy is more than it is to replace the flooring yourself) hope you get it sorted :thumbsup:
#4
Its probably knackered now tbh mate. Once the laminate has warped then its unlikely to regain its old position. Your best bit would be to lift out any bad pieces and check underneath for more water. You should also contact your insurance company asap, this should be covered.
#5
i have some spare yes not enough for all of it i had it from ikea in there 21% sale hope they have some more but ill have to pay the extra cost now , prob best to replace it suppose save paying the excess
banned#6
probably...sorry couldn't have been of more help... I would dry out the underfloor before replacing tho
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i have already claimed twice this year somebody nicked the flash leading of my bay window and then next door neighbour kid put the wii remote through my 40" lcd, actually it hasent been a bad week its been a bad year lol, oh and the place where i worked 15 years shut down couple of months ago jeez i am due a bit of luck now lol
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pughy2000
i have some spare yes not enough for all of it i had it from ikea in there 21% sale hope they have some more but ill have to pay the extra cost now , prob best to replace it suppose save paying the excess


bummer, might be worth posting on here asking if anyone has any spare, you might get a HOT DEAL !!! Check out the well know auction site as well on the off chance anyone is selling it
#9
my washing machine flooded and we thought the laminate flooring had dried out,it looked a lil bumpy in places,it wasnt til we had the kitchen replaced and we took it up that we realised the floor beneath was completely rotten from the water damage and we had to have the whole lot replaced so I would say get it up quick!

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