- 18 Sep 2006
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We have just moved house and on removing all kitchen floor coverings found part of the floor uneven and quite damaged/cracked. One part was quite raised and split, obviously the damaged part would need to be removed and filled again with concrete before any tiling can be carried out. This was a quite a sizeable piece of concrete that I prised up with my chisel (about 18 inches x 12) and as I lifted it out I noticed what seems to be yellow pipe running under the concrete floor. Can anyone help with what this pipe may be ie. water/gas and what should I do now or can I just refill with concrete. There dosn't appear to be any damage to the pipe but it does seem to run quite close to the surface of the floor. Could this have forced the floor to crack? Any advice welcome please as I havnt a clue.