I am about to frame on a stemm wall that is 1 inch out of level ,and i generally shim next to anchor bolts grind etc.to get pretty close.I wonder if you can use structural grout to pour on the wall top with 1/4 ply attached to the sides and screed it flat where it needs to be taken care of.most walls are relatively short (pretty cut up stem).I just dont want to use any wood in there to shim as there are alot of beams etc. and I dont want any drywall cracking.Is there a better way to do this.Is this just stupid if the grout comes to a thin edge at some points Thanks Pell The walls im usually on are not this bad but hey I dont know how low this low bid s… goes.
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