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uneven & non level kitchen floor

Posted by Maree123 (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 3, 12 at 20:36

they tel me i did not post this query in correct place so trying again before i give up. does anyone know of a self levelling product available that we can spread on floor . we have old old house we have had to put false floor in one end that joins original floor boards. we just want it all level so we can cover with lino etc. the fellow that did the piers obviously made an error as the false floor still slopes away. and the join we are concerned about. hope some one can help thank you


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RE: uneven & non level kitchen floor

It all depends on how much sqr ft your talking about. You might be better off taking subfloor out and sistering joists to level.


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RE: uneven & non level kitchen floor

It all depends on how much sqr ft your talking about. You might be better off taking subfloor out and sistering joists to level.


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RE: uneven & non level kitchen floor

Have done what you want. Doubt the typical weekend warrior can get acceptable results, but if you're smart and creative, then maybe you could select a suitable self leveling filler, learn all you can about its application and give it a go.

Good luck.


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