Kitchen floor

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by coyote, Sep 18, 2021.

  1. coyote

    coyote New Member

    Hi guys. Looking for some advice please !! Prior to new kitchen I'm fitting new flooring. Floor currently old tiles on top of concrete floor,which I will lift. I will need to raise level of floor slightly before then laying LVT click flooring (type with underlay on back). My question is, how and what do I use to raise the level ? Many thanks in advance
     
  2. DIYDave.

    DIYDave. Screwfix Select

    Self Levelling Compound would seem to be the obvious answer here

    I take it your lifting the tiles only, not the concrete floor ?

    If tiles are in ok condition and stuck down well to floor, can pour self leveller over tiles - after required prep

    What kind of raise in level are you trying to achieve ?

    Self Leveller will also give you an excellent, flat surface for your new flooring to be laid
     
  3. coyote

    coyote New Member


    Hi yes tiles only. Looking for 25mm is. Kitchen it tiled but open plan to conservatory, which is then laminate and at a slightly lower level. All done by previous owner. So need to have it all at same level prior to flooring it all. Thanks for replying
     

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