So I have this concrete wall between the old house and a small addition put on sometime in the past. We have torn out the flooring layers in the kitchen and we are having the wood refinished there. In the butler’s pantry, we are pulling the wood to use for patching in the kitchen, and putting new wood in the pantry.
In the addition area, we are going to tile, after pulling up a layer of plywood so that we can keep it level with the wood.
The problem is this 9″ by 31″ piece of the original exterior wall. We will tile over this area also, but we need to remove about 1 inch of it to maintain level. I was thinking of kerfing it with a masonry blade on a circular saw or grinder, then chipping out the pieces. Can’t use a wet saw. I figure I have to go a bit deeper than the floor level, and then use some floor leveler to get back to the proper height.
Anyone got any alternatives, or will my way even work?