Hi, I am hoping that I might be able to get some (much needed) advice. We recently had our victorian house renovated (incl. re-plumbed/re-wired). I subsequently engaged an NICF registered carpet fitter to fit new carpet in a couple of bedrooms (in advance of doing the rest of the house). The fitting is excellent, but I was disappointed that I can now feel where some boards haven't been put back entirely flush by our builders. To me the boards seem in decent condition, but our architect has suggested over-plying the boards before refitting the carpet in order to get the floor level. I'm a bit lost as to how to proceed further. Carpet fitters/shops I've approached don't seem keen to opine on the best approach, and refer me onto carpenters (they seem only interested in the carpet fitting side). If over-plying is the best option, then that's what we'll do, but I also wonder if it isn't possible to seat the boards back level. I'd rather that one person deals with both the carpet fitting and ensuring the sub-floor is level, rather than dealing with separate contractors if that's possible. I'd appreciate any help on: i) What the best approach is. Are there fitters that would routinely deal with helping level the subfloor, and if so can anyone recommend such a fitter (5 bed house, Surbiton) ii) Any views regarding whether putting ply down before re-carpeting is a good approach generally after a refurb. Future access to services will obviously be more difficult (lifting ply and boards). Many thanks.