Hello. I recently moved into a house that was built in 2000. The kitchen has hardwood floors. I recently noticed a slight dip in the floor, about 2 slats wide. I went to the basement below the dip and I do not see any type of water damage. Are small dips in floors common and something that I shouldn't be concerned with?
Unless you love the look of the dip, you may want to see if there are any leftover pieces so you can have them replaced.
You cannot visually see the dip. I noticed it as I was walking across the floor in my socks. I was just wondering if this sort of imperfection was normal.
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