Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Our garage floor was pitted and worn from 45 years of use. Everyone we talked to did not recommend resurfacing as a long-term answer to the problem.
So a totally new floor was in order. Some air hammer work completed step 1.
The handy little BobCat picked up the pieces and loaded them on the truck for disposal.
The new floor was carefully beveled toward the new drain and finished by a combination of machine and a steady hand.
The new drain was checked for flow (a good idea!).
Rebar under the cement (or is it concrete?) was followed by section demarcations to control cracking.
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