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Replace concrete shed floor

Posted by zubair hussain, on
I have a 2.5 x 4.75m brick built shed building at the end of the garden. Boards and laminate flooring were laid a few years ago, but the wood became rotten and laminates buckled. These have been removed. Underneath is concrete that covers most of the floor space though uneven. What are my options? I just want to use the room to store garden stuff, kids bikes, gym kit etc.
Liam Newman

Liam Newman

if you want it level I would put down a DPM then screed it to level the floor and put what ever finish you would like after on top. the DPM if done properly would help protect against any moisture to stop laminate warping or getting rotten again.

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