Concrete floor


Postby max5445 » Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:18 pm

Having a nightmare, have just pulled up the old tiles from my bathroom floor, which also bought up most of the flooring, my bathroom floor has different levels now, previous occupants obvousily leveled it by using some form of concrete (which has just fallen away). My bathroom is downstairs and leads from the kitchen, i have purchased the same tiles that is in the kitchen so it flows throughout, if i leveled the bathroom out with concrete, my new tiles will be higher than those in the kitchen, is there some kind of machinary i could get hold of to sand down my current concrete floor, so all my tiles are level. many thanks in advance
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Postby ALDA » Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:52 pm

IT WILL TAKE A LOT MORE THAN SANDING!!!

HIRE A KANGO BREAKER TO REMOVE THE HIGHS IN THE OLD FLOOR.

TAKE BACK TO A LEVEL THAT WILL ALLOW FOR A LAYER OF SELF LEVELING COMPOUND, TILE ADHESIVE AND YOUR TILES.
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Postby MOOSA » Fri May 09, 2008 9:22 am

[quote="ALDA"]IT WILL TAKE A LOT MORE THAN SANDING!!!

HIRE A KANGO BREAKER TO REMOVE THE HIGHS IN THE OLD FLOOR.

TAKE BACK TO A LEVEL THAT WILL ALLOW FOR A LAYER OF SELF LEVELING COMPOUND, TILE ADHESIVE AND YOUR TILES.[/quote]
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