New Garage-Muddy floor


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Old 11-11-06, 03:36 AM
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New Garage-Muddy floor

I had a 32x40 building built ,and was waiting for concrete to be poured. Before they could get there it had rained 5 inches and my drainage ditch around building could not handle it. I've since then made sure no more water can get in, but does anyone have any advice on drying methods, not all of garage is wet just 2 corners. Thanks for any advice!
 
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Old 11-11-06, 05:46 AM
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a combination of time, heat, and air flow.

If it is cold in there, it will be slow drying. I have seen large salamander heaters used to heat a building so the ground would (first) not freeze and then (second) dry the ground.

Be sure it is not just a surface dry with saturated ground closely below.
 
 

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