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Can anyone suggest the best way to lift this concrete sub floor so that when it is tiled it can be level with the wood? Previously was tiled over tile which is why the level is 2 tiles de

I am thinking cement boards?

also Can cement boards be stuck Directly over this concrete sub floor even if it has old adhesive? the adhesive is solid or does it need to be removed?

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