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How do you determine the slope of a floor?
What are some methods for figuring out the slope of a floor? I've always heard the slope referenced as, eg: "1/2inch over 6ft." - is this the normal way, and/or are there other common ways to say ...
Oct 4 '11 at 7:21
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