Many people take pride in the beautiful hardwood floors they have in their home since they can make any room look sleek and more modern. One of the last things you, as a homeowner, want to see is your hardwood floors start to warp and buckle. The main cause of most warping is a change in temperature between the seasons that increases the moisture or humidity underneath the flooring while the air above the floors remain dry. This usually occurs during the summer when the space under the floors is humid and the air above is dry because of the use of air conditioners. The imbalance of moisture makes the wood expand and since the wooden planks are placed side by side and have nowhere to move, the planks rise and buckle.