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Thanks to both of you. I didn't call the professional for that, he was in
the house for another reason. I'm glad to hear it's normal. Thanks again.
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We had a new wood floor put in last year, some of the planks are

a bit, the floor guy told us this is normal and now that the warm weather

back the wood will expand and the gaps will go away (it's only in a

of spots). Is this an accurate explanation from him? or is it something

need repaired? thanks.

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