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Uneven flooring

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04-10-05, 02:46 AM   #1  
Uneven flooring

We're buying an older home (built 1929) that has an upstairs that has a partial addition. THe flooring in one of the rooms (of the addition) slopes down towards the windows...is this something I can fix and what is the process? It looks like it was done intentionally to follow the slope of the roof it was built upon. The surface flooring is hardwood. Sorry for the lack of detail, but I'm basically an idiot when it comes to this stuff.

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04-10-05, 07:37 AM   #2  
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I wish we could help you, but we are lacking details. Anything anyone would be giving you would be a guess. It may hinder you rather then help you. There are two things you can do. One is to call in a contractor and get an estimate. Be with him, and ask questions, and this way you will get the information you need. Also, in visiting with him you will get an idea if this is something you really want to do yourself. Good Luck

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