I'm having a major situation with my flooring as a result of an improper installation by a local handyman. My handyman failed to factor in sufficient expansion gap and 3 months after installation; my flooring started buckling. He's now basically uncontactable and I'm left with a bouncy, uneven flooring that feels terrible. Long story short; • Subfloor is 1" Plywood • Laminates had insufficient expansion gap and expanded into the wall • Floor nows feels bouncy and sinks in at various points • Area is 1700 Square Foot. Here's what I'm planning to do; 1. Remove the existing laminate and install new laminates over it - Though the plywood subfloor may be slightly uneven from planks to planks (It's built with 4' x 8' plywood planks). 2. Overlay new laminates running across the old ones, and hope the unevenness won't be felt. Would you guys be able to advise which would be the best option to consider?