Old 08-16-2016, 08:11 AM
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Onewolf
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Originally Posted by cjd View Post
I have had great luck with floating over underpayment. had some water damage a month ago, and was very easy to pull up and fix.

I am surprised you can go on a slab without some kind or vapor barrier.
Supposedly the glue they would use has built-in vapor barrier.

I am not a fan of the clomp clomp clomp of people walking on floated floors, but floating seems safer/easier from an installation and fixing perspective.

One of our neighbors had their engineered wood floor glued down and there were a couple of hollow/voids. The installer drilled small holes and injected some sort of glue that fixed those spots.
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