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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 20:27 
Hello,

I want to make patching floors of my house. This is an old house, the floor is wood (slats) and very (very) steep. A difference of some 10 cm. I was advised to proceed with patching the soil. I know the concrete base is unacceptable because too heavy for the floor.
Does someone already make this kind of work (with a level difference as large and very old ground)?

How?
How can it cost to specialist, like a carpenter?


Thanks for your answers and advice
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 21:00 
Cette réponse a aidé l'auteur du sujet.
Good evening

a réagréage serves to clog the small holes and level 2 cm soil.
with your 10 cm if you want to put right, it's impossible

you must make a mortar and lightweight bundle.

cement + fiber + polystyrene beads or vermiculite
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 22:06 
"then you must make a mortar and lightweight bundle. Cement + fiber + polystyrene beads or vermiculite "
Does this solution is valid for very old soil?

Thank you for this first board
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 23:28 
yes valid and as the sand is replaced by the fiber and the vermmiculite, so very Lightweight
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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 23:52 
Thanks for your answers Frmu.
A friend advised me to begin by removing a latte or two to see how did my floor before pouring the screed slight that you recommend.
I do not know at all what I find and how to interpret it worse! When I say I'm a beginner, this is not a joke! I understand that a floor is wood beams and slats. How this age? How do I know if my floor is still healthy and if I can sink my fork lightly? What should I watch before starting the upgrade?

Thanks for your answers and advice
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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2010 1:39 
Well defeats a lath and see if your beams are not rotten.
once done go up the lath.

put a polyane knew all your floor and sink your slab.

attention but very hard work and time for a physical person novice!

better is to call upon people who know
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