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Question DetailsAsked on 9/21/2011

the floor of my bedroom is slightly slanted and the bed is thus at an angle. I want to remedy this. How? and what kind of help should I get

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I just had to have my floors leveled in preparation for new wood flooring. My house is an old 1930s bungalow, but the leveling involved removing some floorboards, cutting down joists, putting in new supports, using leveling compound, and sanding. In short, my experience has been really expensive. You'd need a general contractor to assess the degree your floor is off and the best solution. I can't really picture your problem-- in most old houses floors settle along with everything else and few things are level or plumb. If the floors are adequately supported and you don't have damaged or rotted joists, you might prefer to live with it rather than spend the several thousand dollars it could cost to correct the problem.

Answered 5 years ago by DoorWideOpen




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