I'm going to be refinishing a hardwood floor. I've already made numerous repairs to it--but one area concerns me: The floor sags noticeably toward the center of the house (maybe 1/2 to 3/4" over about an 8' area).
I've had some foundation work done--which has helped a little--but only so much.
My wife thinks I'm crazy (she's probably right!) and should just leave it be and sand the floor. But I can't help but thinking that NOW would be the time to fix if ever there was one.
It would mean replacing a lot of the hardwood, at some cost obviously. But as far as UNDER the hardwood--can anyone please advise the best possible way to shim it up? Floor leveling compound, plywood, shake shingles, or ???
Or, in your experience, should I just "let sleeping dogs lie?"
Thanks in advance
-k2 in CO