How dò i stop my upstairs bedroom floor to squeeze?
I assume you mean "Squeak" ?? No easy fix as blocking needs to be installed in floor joists. That means making the supporting members more ridged so there is no movement. Depending on the type of floor or ceiling you have it may be fairly easy to remove to access joists.
Audrey: maybe this will help
There's a system called "Squeeks No More" that works on bare floors or through carpeting, available at hardware/home stores. You'll find videos of it, online.
If the floors have no carpeting, you can initally try dusting the floor cracks with talcum powder, carefully brushing it into the cracks.
If the floors are wood, try sprinkling some talcum powder or powdered graphite between the boards. Cover with an old sheet and walk on it to work the powder into the joints.
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Sometimes a small nail into the wood will stop the squeak. That would depend though on what is underneath and if it is an old hardwood floor or a more modern floor.
Did you mean to ask about a wood floor squeaking?
You work the talc in between the boards with a fine brush. Graphite works too.
We sucessfully fixed our annoying kitchen hardwood floor squeak a few months ago using one screw from a kit like this. The kits are available in the big box hardware stores.
The screw is placed in the support below and the screw breaks off. Wax crayon covered our HW repair. Problem sucessfully solved.
This kit can be also used in carpeted areas with squeaks using the other accessory.
You can check out the reviews and Q&A here in the link below.
They also make a specialty screw called Squeak No More, once you drill it in, the head breaks off so it doesn't show and you can't feel it..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iAseVZZKlY you can also use it on carpeted floors.
Wood floors need room to expand and contract during season changes. Ensure there is a small gap between floor and wall (baseboard covers gap).