Installing LVP is so great. Put on floor. Make sure it snapped together. Make sure it's flush against the walls. Install quarter-round.

Except. EXCEPT when the floor isn't even slightly level. We get to now trust that the product is strong enough to handle the peaks and valleys of a builder that can't pour concrete properly


The other option is to spend $4k having this massive basement leveled.

If this house were an appliance, I'd have returned it to the store for a replacement months ago.

@sungo The legs on one end of my workbench need to be raise about an inch to deal with the un-level floor in that room. Whatever wood flooring Dad put down (not the nice all-wood nail down stuff, as this room is concrete too) seems to take it just fine, even though it's running perpendicular to the floor's change in elevation.

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