The bamboo floor panels have the natural texture of bamboo, fresh and elegant, giving people an elegant and refined feeling. Because the bamboo floor is also wood, it is inherently flexible, even when it is not stepped on, there will occasionally be a sound similar to "pop". Many consumers will have a question, why do the newly installed bamboo floor panels make noise?
1) Loose keel. The hole punched on the ground does not match the thickness of the wooden wedges used, or the wooden wedges split when they are nailed, the nails are not firmly held, the number of nails is not enough (at least 2 nails per point) or the nail length is not enough.
2) The wood keel has too much water, and the water loss after installation causes deformation. After installation, local moisture or blisters on the floor caused the floor to bulge, causing the keel to be pulled up from the ground. The keel spacing is too large, and the keel spacing is usually not more than 350mm. Some people press the price too low when buying the floor. In order to reduce the cost, the merchant deliberately increases the keel spacing to save materials and reduce the working hours of workers.
3) The ground is uneven and the installation method is improper (the keel nail distance should be shortened). If the ground is too uneven and the error is greater than 100mm, the nail distance of the nail keel should be shortened (the nail distance of the normal flat ground should not be greater than 400mm).
4) Use inferior materials as the keel. Hard wood should be used for paving materials such as wooden wedges, and high-quality white pine should be used for the keel.
5) The nail angle between the bamboo floor panels and the keel is wrong (usually it should be 45-60 degrees).