Resurfacing concrete floor, simple question about DPC

Postby quiksilver911 » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:43 am


I'm new so forgive me if this is obvious.

My kitchen has a utility room attached. Both rooms have concrete floors, but the utility room is about 10cm lower than the kitchen, and uneven. I want to add maybe 5cm of concrete/cement to even the utility room floor.

When I bought the house I didn't get any DPC problem reports from the surveyor, should I be ok just using readymix to even the floor out of the utility room and doing nothing else (w.r.t DPC, insulation, etc, as shown in ground slabs project)?

Thanks very much.
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Simply Build It

Postby Kain » Thu Jul 26, 2007 7:23 pm


Firstly, is your utility room an unheated larder type room? I.e, a room which is basically outside but attached to the house?
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