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Default Under floor heated Oak Plank floor issue

On 14/05/2020 18:07, Mr Sandman wrote:
I rent out a house I used to live in, it has oak planks, t+g, glued
down with special UFH glue. It worked for 6 years fine, no issue. But
after we rented it out, they don't use the under floor heating (as
they have asthma...?) and the floor suddenly has jacked up and went
lumpy, and now 2 planks have 'popped' out. I have said they need to
put UFH back on to drive out the moisture, but they haven't (as they
have asthma and it smells?)

that's total ********. It wouldn't smell if they had used the UFH - or
have cats peed ion it?
I have asthma: I bless Ufh.

I've said no one can sort it until the
floor has propa dried out. Anyone in the staffs/ Derbyshire area Nr
Uttox Burton that can take a look? I need someone to speak sence to
them and explain it needs to dry out before the planks can go back
in...! They won't listen to me as I'm no expert....

I now live in france and can't get to uk easily......Covid!


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