I hate if I reposted something that was already posted, I did a little research before I posted and couldn't really find an answer to my question so here goes:
Houses with wooden foundations, which is probably 95% of Western PA homes, if floor is a little uneven can I just lay down some plywood and level it out? How would I do that? If so how would I make sure it's leveled? If I can't use plywood, what would I have to do? Maybe extra carpet padding?? It's definitly noticable without carpet down. And, of course, a quick roundabout cost.
Theres a couple of stairs leading up to a finished attic that I think need reinforced, they're kinda weak... now should that be torn up and then "re-layed"?
There's a couple more fixes, but nothing really major. would I need any kind of building permit for these?? I read that post and I am "altering". But I'm not sure.
You guys are AWESOME!!! WE CAN DO THIS!!!!!
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