Dipped floor tiles in hall way came up on survey


Postby Armyhedge » Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:29 pm

Hello, I am in the process of selling my house (1940s ex local authority) and the survey has picked up on a dip in the hall floor. Its always been there and not been a problem.

Pictures attached but it looks like old red floor tiles and what appears to be a drain? This wasn't anything that has been picked up on the survey when I bought the house so I am not sure what it is.

Can I screed over this?

Thanks
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Postby Armyhedge » Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:43 am

Thank you
Have you ever seen anything like this before? Any idea what it is? A drain??

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