02:21PM | 04/13/08
Member Since: 04/12/08
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remodeling my home and have 2 floors that do not meet up. Room was old garage and the sub floor follows a pitch. At one point it is almost an inch off. Other floor is concrete slab.


06:45PM | 04/13/08
Member Since: 08/29/07
56 lifetime posts
The floor is not supposed to be out more tha 1/4" in ten feet. That's a flat plane. Level is something else. Level is better but sometimes unacheivable.

I can't picture what you mean about your floor but it sounds like your trying to make two seperate planes into one flat plane? Depending on buildup, this could take a lot of cement.


07:27PM | 04/24/08
Member Since: 03/24/08
62 lifetime posts
Other option is to take out the floor and subfloor and start over, but obviously that gets expensive. Otherwise, a creative threshold, but yu have to worry about people tripping.


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