My company specializes in kitchen and bath remodels, so we
install a lot of tile floors. We sometimes have to begin the
job by addressing structural deficiencies in the floor. But
even sound wood subfloors and concrete slabs may not be flat
enough for tile - a problem we most often solve with a
self-leveling cement underlayment, or SLU.
SLUs can be poured to a feather edge, so they're well-suited
for smoothing out uneven, poorly finished slabs. They can also
be used to fill low spots, making them a good choice for fixing
sagging, out-of-level wood-framed floors. And...