The trouble I'm having now is that the existing concrete subfloor slope downhill, away from the extension, towards the doorway into the room. I left the latexing with about 1.5m to go, before reaching this doorway. If I bring it all up to level with the extension floor, I will end up with a significant 'step' up, into the room!
I was thinking about how I could tease the latex down a gradient to meet more with the threshold level, without producing a bounce in the engineered oak flooring that's going over the top of it, but this is hard with latex as it wants to find it's own level!
I want to try and diminish the slope as much as possible, so that it doesn't notice too much, but a bounce in the floor would be much worse.
I know I'm trying to cheat this... can anyone offer up any suggestions, tips to help?
Thanks very much. d.