Flooring Question

How to level a part concrete, part timber suspended floor?

We have just removed a number of load bearing walls at the back of our house and put in steels. Part of the flooring is concrete, and part is suspended wooden floorboards. It is very uneven. What would you suggest would be the best way to even up the level of the floor?

2 Answers

Depends what purpose it is to serve. If you want i.e tile it, then self leveling compound can do the job.

Answered 19th Mar 2012

Romans Renovations

Member since 6 Dec 2008

I'd 6 mil marine ply the timber side and flow a self level screed (stopgap 300) to the ply.

Answered 26th Apr 2012

R Britain flooring specialist.

Member since 17 Apr 2012

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