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We will turn our garage into a living room and it turns out that the latter's screed and lower by a few centimeters than that of the current salon. What can we use to be able to raise the garage floor to be able to put tiling thereafter? Thank you

In your case the creation of a dry screed is the best solution. This type of screed consists of panels (specific plasterboard or particle board) placed on a bed of insulating granules or Vermaspha (EFISOL product). Two DIY SHEETS are devoted to this theme: DRY HAT AND PANEL FLOOR and PLACOSOL DRYING HAT. The thickness may not exceed a few centimeters.

This screed is dry (without water use), your soil can be immediately dressed with the coating of your choice and this at the end of the installation.

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