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Old 03-13-2013, 06:47 PM   #1
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How much of the old stuff do I need to remove


I have removed some tile from my home and I would like to install wood floors this weekend. It took about 8 hours just to pop the tile and likely twice the work to remove the tile adhesive from the concrete subfloor.

My question is can I float or pour quick crete over the existing stuff to level out the floor and install the wood on top of it after it drys? Are there a variety of cons to doing it like that?

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How much of the old stuff do I need to remove


Self leveling compound applied following the package directions will bury the thinset---

Is it an engineered floating floor?

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