I have recently installed some prefinished engineered t and g flooring and have discoverd a small gap about 5 rows back. Since this is glue together floor, any ideas to fill this gap in? It's an 12.
I pointed this out to my customer and as we all know mistakes happen, I need to fix this quick and to their satisfaction. Ripping the floor up isn't an option although I did think about it.
If your client supplied you with a good quality engineered floor to install, and there is a gap. I would tear it up and start from that point again.
allthough, as we in the construction trades know, there is low quality cap on the market.
some clients of mine bought some 1.50 per square foot junk at Depot.
twelve or more percent of the pieces were warped side to side or the tongue side of the pieces were disintegrating.
I pointed this out early, but they wanted the color and grain on that product. So they were made aware there would be little gaps here and there.
So if it's a material quality problem and it was supplied by your client discuss it with them and see if they are okay with it.
You might be able to get some filler that matches the floor at Sherwin Williams. They filler in tubs.
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