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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 22:08 
Hello everyone,
J'aménage the floor of a house 40 years and I'll turn the attic into living space.

Alas, it is not the same level, there is a slope of 3 cm to 2 m from the center of the room (the right side is flat but the left side is tilted! !).

short, I will put a floor (oak 15 mm) floating clipped (resilient layer of 5 mm), but I need my land ends either plan.

What type of screed achieve? I had several ideas:
- Remove the existing floor and upgrade with the BSO (a lot of work that ^ ^)
- Bridging the difference level with OSB plates of different thicknesses
- Make a screed alégée

The objective is to obtain a flat surface and not perfect, if you know what I mean.

Thanks for your advice

PostPosted: 06 Dec 2010 23:37 
Cette réponse a aidé l'auteur du sujet.

Since your floor is covered with wood, the most adapted to: FOR the égaline.
To do this you must run the égoline. to see among sellers of construction materials, provided , or DIY.
NOTE you must use it on wood, not concrete.
The second solution is that you put forward, Last question.Cordialement Jean-Paul

PostPosted: 07 Dec 2010 0:48 
SUITE, I made a mistake, you use the égoline, not "the égaline." Regards Jean-Paul

PostPosted: 07 Dec 2010 2:38 

That's the égaline.

A +...
4: I just realized my escapes this weekend and it vraimen well as product.

You have to fill the slots of Former prosecutor + baseboard with tape to prevent the product seeps.
Laying the primary and go.

It is possible to put less water to make the mixture less liquid. In short, that happiness !

PostPosted: 07 Dec 2010 4:46 
Je viens de réaliser ma chappe ce week end et c'est vraimen très bien comme produit.

Il faut bien boucher les fentes de l'ancien parquet + plinthes avec du scotch afin d'éviter que le produit ne s'infiltre.
Pose du primaire et c'est parti.

Il est possible de mettre moins d'eau afin de rendre le mélange moins liquide... Bref, que du bonheur !
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