I'm with Scott.
I was cleaning up an attic over one of my garages and I tried the "not
removing everything" method. I think I moved each item at least 3 times,
plus, I didn't get it as perfectly organized as I should have. If there
is too much stuff to remove, then why worry about leveling it? Chances
are you can't see much of the floor! 8>)
I just helped a friend locate a 20X8 sea container at his house so he can
empty one room at a time and clean and organize. I'll more than likely
buy the container from him when he is done. I was impressed with how
cheap they can be had for.
I did use some autoleveling concrete stuff a while back, it was expensive,
but it is still perfect!
"Be as beneficent as the sun or the sea, but if your rights as a rational
being are trenched on, die on the first inch of your territory." Ralph
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Re: [Shop-talk] Flooring for uneven basement?
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
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