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Old 08-05-2009, 12:06 AM   #1
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Here is the situation. I leveled out or attempted to level out my cottage slab.
I used 2x4s as sleepers with 3/4 ply.
The individual are mostly level however I discovered I should have use a 7ft level instead of a 4. As the entire floor has a gradual slope

Can I correct this with floor leveling compound? I want to install hardwood.
I am guessing not... I'd figure maybe some felt paper and then pour... still no?

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leveling compound will work fine. But if there are no dips and bumps there is no need to address a flat out of level floor in order to install hardwood flooring.

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