Can we make a concrete wall on a wooden floor?
Because of its lightness, cellular concrete lends itself to the realization of a low wall or a partition on a wooden floor. It remains to determine the load that you will bear your floor and the support capacity of it (state, spacing joists, etc.). So I can not take the responsibility to tell you that you can undertake this work without these data. (It would be prudent to consult a professional, at least on the feasibility of the operation). If the conditions are favorable, you will establish a "resilient" strip on the ground, on which you will raise your wall (bituminous cardboard, cork for example): it will absorb the compressions of the construction. If it is a partition, leave a space of 2 cm between its top and the ceiling that you fill with plaster to avoid clamping the partition and thus cracking.
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