I built my house 6 years ago by a builder and for some time I have a space between baseboards and tiles between 0.7 and 1cm It is a tile sealed on the floor I asked for an expertise. Do you think there is any kind of damage between a decennial? This phenomenon occurs only on the floor and many tiles sound hollow.
Disorders affecting a screed and sealed tile are clearly under the decennial guarantee. If you have taken out a damage insurance, it is sufficient to make a declaration to the insurance. Otherwise, you will have to go back to the manufacturer by asking him to resolve this disorder.
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