Level concrete floor or fill in sunken den?

We have a family room that was originally a carport. The carport had a step down from the house about 4-5" and slopes as it goes away from the house about 2-4". We are ready to pull up the carpet and lay some type of laminate but are concerned this will make the slope more noticeable. Any ideas?
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Yep, you can level it with 1/4-inch applications of Concrete Re-surfacer or cut Wedges out of 2x4's and screw plywood onto the Wedges. However, I think I'd go for a whole new concrete pour on top of the old concrete with Rigid Foam Panel Insulation between both and get rid of the step-down entirely. It's not as expensive as the new flooring and you end up with a warm floor that can't ever flood.
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