Jan 31, 2019 8:34 pm
Just purchased a 1960s house with Tas oak hardwood floorboards, however in the lounge area the old fireplace was removed and the mantel area poured in with concrete instead of patching with floorboards
I want to jack the concrete out, put some joists in and patch with new/old floorboards. I assume the patch will stick out, so what's everyone's thoughts on this? Any tips?
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