I need to lay some temporary(about a year) flooring in a room. The house has a crawl space under it and the floor droops slightly, about 1/2 an inch in the center.
It was suggested to me to that I should put some shims where it is low, lay the thinnest piece of plywood I could find across the entire room, and then install which ever flooring is decided upon(will either be carpet or laminate wood). The room is roughly 9x10 feet.
Is there a better way to level the floor? Would shims be suitable or should the center of the room be built up with something else? Is this just a horrible idea all around?