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Gym floor ruined by water damage

Gym floor ruined by water damage

Hardwood floors should never be allowed to hold standing water. Building owners should take special care to ensure that roof leaks are addressed promptly, especially in gyms, bowling alleys, and other places with large roofs (lots of places to leak) and large hardwood surfaces, such as this basketball court. Even chronic high humidity could cause this over time as the wood absorbs the moisture and expands, eventually mechanically forming a seam like this that eventually bursts.

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