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December 10, 4:07 PM [GMT -5]

If the floor is not accesible and the floor is carpeted, there is a tool that will allow you to drive a screw into the subfloor to eliminate the gap that is causing the squeak. Same tool removes the head of the screw so it doesn't become a hazard. I haven't tried it, but watched a demonstration. It could be an alternative.

July 15, 2:22 AM [GMT -5]

I have decided for having Hardwood Refinishing of wooden flooring of my restaurant. And I am searching the web for some Hardwood Refinishing Services and found many examples of good wooden work. However, can I get decent pricing range on web?

July 11, 6:57 PM [GMT -5]

What if the floor is not accessible from below?

February 26, 1:33 PM [GMT -5]

Nice tip. I wish someone had done this at my place before they installed all new drywall and insulation between the two floors.

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