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    New addition's subfloor is 5/8" higher then the existing house subfloor

    I set a piece of trim down to better show the three different heights, the old subfloor, new addition subfloor and existing flooring. The area is large
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    New addition's subfloor is 5/8" higher then the existing house subfloor

    Nailed in flooring. General contractor, when he found out with the wall removed he said he can fix it by taking out a couple feet of the existing engineered hardwood flooring in the house and level it out and re-lay down the hardwood. "We won't see it" but it feels like we are just kicking the...
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    New addition's subfloor is 5/8" higher then the existing house subfloor

    That is 12ft of open floor across the room. This is the pulled back picture of the area. The new engineered hardwood floor to put in the addition matches the thickness and matches the style and color of the existing floor.
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    New addition's subfloor is 5/8" higher then the existing house subfloor

    The addition is to the left, the middle is the subfloor of the existing house, and the right is the existing engineered wood flooring. The addition was to be a seamless transition of wood floor. Help, how can this be fixed?
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