I live for 2 years an apartment in a building of the 60s. I note for a few months the aggravation, it seems to me, of the noise caused by the floor squeaks in 3 rooms, particularly annoying the evening when the slightest noise is amplified. How to remedy this problem without reaching, I hope, the only solution to have to change this floor? The former owner told me to have injected an expansive foam under the blades (in the hallway). But there is danger of injecting too much and thus lifting the floor. What solution, if possible at a lower cost, would you suggest to me and which trade should I go to? Has a carpenter?
There are not many solutions except to lay everything down and place resilient strips between the joists or joists and the floor.
You can also try "the trick" of talc in the slots.
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