How do you fix uneven floors?


To properly fix an uneven floor, you first need to know why your floor is uneven. If it's uneven because of settling, there are self-leveling agents you can purchase at a hardware store.
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1. Look for signs of wear, high and low spots and squeaking floors. These all indicate uneven flooring. Place a piece of carpenter's tape on problem areas. Painter's tape can be written
1. MAKE SURE IT IS A SCRATCH! You would be surprised how many times what is thought to be a terrible scratch, is really just a mark on the floor. You can do this by trying to rub
1. Heat your vinyl floor around the curled section to make it more pliable. Use a hairdryer or heat gun to warm the floor for about 60 seconds, keeping the heat gun moving constantly
1. Fold a piece of fine sand paper in a square. Use the sharp edge of the corner of the square to buff out the inside of the dent and the area immediately around it, for about 1/4
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How to Fix an Uneven Wood Floor
Wood floors can settle over time or begin to exhibit signs of wear. As the finish wears off the surface of the wood floor, it allows moisture to penetrate the wood. This can cause the floor to expand, raise the grain of wood, or even cause the floor to... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
Uneven floors are definitely something you see and feel. It is not easy to mask and something you certainly want to get repaired. You may need to put in some more supports underneath the floor to help even them up. You can find more information here:
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