:> My kitchen was remodled by the previous owners. The contractor did a
:> very bad job. If you take a look at one end of the room you will see
:> that the floor is sloping down. The house is 105 years old and the
:> addition's floor has settled. Because that end of the kitchen is where
:> i would like to put my Refrigerator, i now need to fix the floor.
:> Is their a product that i can use to even out the floor? It is a framed
:> wood floor over a crawspace.
My house is nearly as old as yours, 10 years newer: built in 1910. My
kitchen too slopes very noticeably toward the center of the house
(center is depressed). Yes, I consider it a problem and when I get the
foundation rebuilt I will ask the engineer first thing if he thinks the
house can be effectively leveled. However, you might want to consider
this - there's a positive to the floor sloping in the kitchen like it
does. My refrigerator door, if it's not open more than about 45 degrees,
closes by itself. I don't have to manually shut it. This is a nice