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George Marsh

12-28-2012 03:55:10

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A friend and concrete finisher put my 6 inch floor down, 30x40. Used my self leveling rotating laser, found a spot where the laser just hit the bottom of overhead door. Then put a 16p nail in every post where the beam hit. Only had to use one form board at the overhead door, which we drilled holes in for re-bar to connect the slab to the apron. Friend used a Georgia buggy to truck the concrete inside the barn. Concrete finisher doesn't like fiberglass. We used wire and cure and seal sealer. Day later he cut the lines in floor. 4 years later and no cracks.

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12-28-2012 04:04:05

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 Re: Shop floor in reply to George Marsh, 12-28-2012 03:55:10  
Georgia buggies?! Now there's some guys who aren't afraid of work! Or were they powered Georgia buggies?

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George Marsh

12-28-2012 15:00:45

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 Re: Shop floor in reply to Puddles, 12-28-2012 04:04:05  
Motorized buggies, Overhead door was on one end, trucked some concrete 40 ft. I think I figured that a quarter inch cost me $100, so I purchased a self leveling rotating laser and had the dirt near perfect.

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