kurt Posted May 19, 2007 Report Share Posted May 19, 2007 I've got a 3 story condo building, new, w/solid wood flooring installed on the concrete floor. It's all scalloped. I suspect no moisture barrier. I know solid flooring is not approved for installation below grade on concrete. What about a 3rd story condo? I'm reasonably sure there is no moisture barrier, because the builder has gone over their installation procedures & there's nothing that even suggests they used a moisture barrier. He's saying the scalloping is a "normal" response to the wood being installed over green concrete. Of course, this has me flummoxed, and suspecting all manner of stuff. Anyone got a good reference for installing wood flooring on concrete? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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