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Old 07-24-2007, 01:04 PM  
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I am having a problem with a flooring project.
I am working on a home that was flood damaged by Katrina.
After the living room was stripped to the subfloor, I noticed that there was a level mismatch involving the north side of the room.
I have applied two fifty # bags of Mappe Nova II Self-leveling compound.
When I got finnished, I see that there is still some mismatch. However it is better than before.
I plan to use wood shim under my underlayment to get a match up
any suggestions for eliminating the mismatch would be appreciated.



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Old 07-29-2007, 12:29 PM  
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Sounds like you are doing fine. You can always live with a little bit out of level. We call those old homes up here ...Homes of distinction or one that has a lot of character...

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