Raising + Levelling floor?


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Hi,

I have a hall floor which is a total of 8m2 which needs raising and levelling between 5-40mm in total.

Some area's not much is 40mm and other are from around 5mm and some about 10mm etc..


I wanted the most cost affective method of raising and levelling it.

I have looked at the Wickes levelling compound but this would be expensive to use this for the whole depth and area - about £500

I thought about putting a concrete mix down but not sure if this would crack as the depth wouldn't be much in some area's.

Does anyone have some advice on this please?

Thanks!
 
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Mix your own floor screed, 1:3 or 1:4.5 ratio of cement to sharp sand. It may be applied onto a solid in-situ concrete. However, the minimum thickness that you should use is 40mm.
 

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