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A flat floor

Whether your floor is tilted towards the centre or towards the sides of a room, levelling it is very useful to perfectly readjust the surface and thus avoid having an uneven and sloping surface, which can be disruptive on a daily basis and which can affect the stability of the furniture and objects placed in a room.

Replace your flooring

The levelling carried out by our floor layers also lets you replace your flooring and opt for a type of floor that requires an even surface to be durable and resistant.

Levelling issues

Levelling a floor is especially necessary and useful in an old building with old floors. With our expertise and experience, we’ve noticed that floors tend to sag and lose their evenness over time, thus creating differences in level from one side of a room to the other.

Solving the sagging problem

To solve this problem, L’Artisan du Plancher offers levelling carried out by professional and experienced floor layers who will help your old floor regain evenness in a room while making sure that the old wood can breathe after its rehabilitation. Depending on the surface affected by the issue, the levelling work will be more or less complex.

Prevent any warping

This type of floor renovation also makes it possible to completely redesign a room or even an entire building to limit the risks of floor warping. This is done using lightweight materials but also thanks to the valuable advice of our flooring specialists regarding the layout of your furniture to reduce the load on the frame.

Levelling when replacing

Of course, it’s also possible to level a floor when replacing it thanks to the additional installation of a subfloor with levelling abilities that help rectify the slight unevenness of many floors to regain a smooth and – above all – even surface.

Inspection recommended

Remember: to prevent and make yourself aware of a levelling issue that’s not necessarily noticeable but which can get worse, it’s important to have your floor inspected and to detect any imperfections that could cause wear and weakness.