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How to remove floor squeaks under carpet

QuestionWe have an annoying squeak in our bedroom floor. I really don't want to tear up the carpeting to try to stop the squeak—do you have any suggestions? Thanks!

AnswerHave I got a solution for you—and it works through carpeting. Really!

I have found that Squeeeeek No More is an excellent product to eliminate floor squeaks, especially when there is no access to the floor joists. All you need is a power screwgun and the courage to put that first screw through the carpet.

I was skeptical at first so to be safe, I tested it on a closet floor. Only when I felt comfortable with it did I tackle a couple of squeaky areas in our hallway.

Squeeeeek No More comes in a kit with everything you need to eliminate annoying floor squeaks. However, before using the kit, take time to isolate your squeaks and learn what kind of floor construction you have. Those who used the kit successfully took their time and did their homework. The goal is to use as few screws as possible to stop the squeaks.

If your house is like mine, I'll bet you have more squeaks than just that one in the bedroom under the carpet. For more information about squeaky floors and some techniques to stop the squeaks, click on the purchase buttons below!




Click to Purchase Eliminate floor squeaks through carpeting with Squeeeeek No More. To learn more and purchase Squeeeeek No More, click here or click the purchase button to the left. Click here to read customers' feedback.
Click to Purchase If you have access to your floor joists, try Squeakender, the Floor Squeak Eliminator, which helps to eliminate squeaky floors by pulling the subfloor securely to the joist.  To learn more and purchase Squeakender, click here or click the purchase button to the left. Click here to read customers' feedback.
Click to Purchase Counter Snap is specially designed to eliminate annoying squeaks in hardwood floors and stairs. To learn more and purchase Counter Snap, click here or click the purchase button to the left. Click here to read customers' feedback.

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Question answered by Leon A. Frechette.



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