Question by  Kevin (21)

Are there self leveling compounds to create a level floor?


Answer by  informant31 (510)

Yes, there are several self leveling compunds that you can mix and apply yourself. Remember to work towards the door, and leave approximately 3/8 of an inch around the edges. This will the floor to expand without damaging the finished floors or panels.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

From what I know, there are some available at any home hardware center or Home Depot. Check to see if there still there.


Answer by  cmkekbif (778)

There are compound products out there for leveling but they are only intended for slight variations in the floor within a small area. If you have a large leveling problem, you will need to install some other type of board or replace the subfloor to get the floor truly level.


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

In the Antarctic & Arctic, (liquid H2O) water works quite-well (provided it does not freeze before leveling). Solidifying-before-leveling is Why All/Most-liquid-floor-compounds need to be "helped-a-little" to level-smooth with a float.


Answer by  LouB (294)

There are products out there to level floors, but you need to ensure that you are starting with a good foundation. It is recommended to have a professional contractor inspect the area and do the job correctly instead of taking shortcuts.


Answer by  worker12 (293)

Yes, they can be purchased at your local hardware store. Application is easy, mix with water to form a paste,directions are on the box.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

There is a spackling that is called floor leveler used for tiles. For wood floors they have sheeting that you use as a barrier and floor leveler for wood floors.

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