The ground of the floor of the house cracks after a laying of plates. Is it possible to pour a cement screed on the wood, at least 5 cm thick, to level the floor and put a lino over it?
A "cement" slab (in other words, a mortar screed or a concrete slab) can not be poured on the wood. The old cracking plates must be removed and then installed dry screed specially designed to rehabilitate ancient soils. This screed allows a insulation against noise and cold. It will then be possible to cover this dry screed with a panel flooring (Particle board, fiberboard or plasterboard for the floor). A linoleum (or any other floor covering) can be installed over it.
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