pkastic under concrete


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Old 08-18-13, 03:59 AM
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pkastic under concrete

it has been years since i have worked with concrete and i am now in a project of reguilding an attached garage. i have the old cracked and unlevel concrete busted out and the sand installed and packed. My question is, is it still proper tp install a layer of 6 mil plastic under the concrete to prevent sweating?
 
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Old 08-18-13, 04:21 AM
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thank you very much,i am glad you were able to read through all those spelling errors. A bit too early for me i guess
 
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I have kids that text, so I am experienced
 
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this floor will be 24 x30, should i put ten test around the edges where the new floor will meet the existing poured concrete walls? i have seen jobs done with or without. what is best practice (non heated garage if that makes a difference)
 
 

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