It's probably not the answer you want, but I'd empty the basement and do
it 'right'. Grand down (or break up) the high spots and use
self-leveler to do the rest. That sounds like something that could very
quickly turn bad if you don't bite the bullet and do it right the first
On 12/8/2010 9:20 AM, Jim Franklin wrote:
> The high spots are too wide. Think Appalachians, not Rockies :-)
> I think troweling in the depressions to make it shimmable is the best option.
> Advantek over sleepers should be sturdy enough, but I'd sure love a recessed,
> top-adjustable threaded fastener. Something like a locking (like Nylok) T-nut
> on 16" centers, whose protruding shaft I could cut off once the adjustment was
> done. Actually that might work if she doesn't balk at the cost...
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