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10-11-07, 07:01 PM
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What sealer you buy - Read the directions. My...

What sealer you buy - Read the directions. My sealer was a 30 day wait.
10-11-07, 06:29 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 6,376
Posted By Mudman

See if the fencing store has it in galvanized...

See if the fencing store has it in galvanized flanged not iron.
10-11-07, 06:21 PM
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Views: 6,376
Posted By Mudman

Thumbs up I bought my fence from a fencing store , Heavier...

I bought my fence from a fencing store , Heavier gauge. I also had the make a 2 "T"clothes line poles that have been welded in the ground for at least 10 years.Those stores might sell fence at 12 1/2...
10-10-07, 05:26 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 817
Posted By Mudman

I agree with mitch 17. If you seal your tile it...

I agree with mitch 17. If you seal your tile it could turn a yellowish tint in the future.
You could the grout to protect that with a grout sealer and a foam brush.
10-10-07, 04:58 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 6,376
Posted By Mudman

Try going to a fence store to see if the make a...

Try going to a fence store to see if the make a flange that can be attacked to the bottom or a welding shop that can make you one and weld the pole to it. Then anchor the flange with lag bolts or...
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Views: 1,469
Posted By Mudman

First off the mortar night be a little hard to...

First off the mortar night be a little hard to match due to weathering. Take a sample to a masonry store and see if regular or light mortar matches the best. After cleaning the brick joints out good...
10-03-07, 08:07 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 3,274
Posted By Mudman

I don't know what your using but try using a...

I don't know what your using but try using a floor chisel. It has a thin blade on it unlike a cold chisel. Try to get it as smooth as poss.
10-03-07, 08:00 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,234
Posted By Mudman

If there are hairline cracks in the floor you may...

If there are hairline cracks in the floor you may want to think about laying Ditra Schluter and the tile over that. On laying the floor out find the center of the room. North to south and east to...
10-03-07, 07:31 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 1,571
Posted By Mudman

Most tile Co. that I have talked to reccomened...

Most tile Co. that I have talked to reccomened The subfloor be 1 1/4" thick of exterior Plywood B/C with 3/8" exterior plywood B/C the least thickness to bring it to 1 1/4". My foyer was put in 19...
10-03-07, 07:09 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 887
Posted By Mudman

T& G plywood is plywood that interlock with each...

T& G plywood is plywood that interlock with each other. Square is the plywood that jus has a foctory flat edge.
Your floor should be 1 1/4 inches thick exterior grade plywood. I have 1 1/4 in my...
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Views: 1,226
Posted By Mudman

Depending on how much of a slope, you could just...

Depending on how much of a slope, you could just shim it up. Don't forget to pin the slabs to the floor using short pieces of rebar or lags so your base dosen't slide along the floor over time with...
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Views: 8,330
Posted By Mudman

Well If you can run a chain saw they do make a...

Well If you can run a chain saw they do make a concrete saw that looks like a chain saw but comes with a diamond chain blade. I don' know how far down you are going but if you want the integrity...
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Views: 990
Posted By Mudman

A masonry store should be able to tell you how...

A masonry store should be able to tell you how far it will cover at what thickness.
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Views: 7,502
Posted By Mudman

Repair

Two ways either cut back the garage floor or cut the blacktop. After looking at it and making sure there is not more erosion than what you saw, buy some crusher run and pack it under the floor and...
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Views: 2,835
Posted By Mudman

Go to a masonry store and see if they have a...

Go to a masonry store and see if they have a product called Emaco 310 or 88 ( fiberglass in it ). If they dont tell them what you want to do and the will have something there that you will be able to...
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Views: 1,335
Posted By Mudman

caulking

Oh by the way, I only caulk my expansion joints and my cuts that I put in the concrete are probably 1/8 x 1" deep are only relief cuts to make the concrete crack in those areas. Just for info.
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Views: 1,335
Posted By Mudman

Caulking

Go to a masonry store and look for backer rod (if you want to use it) primer and a Urethane sealant. Two companies that make it are Sonneborn and Sika, there may be others in your area.They make it...
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Views: 1,236
Posted By Mudman

Towing

I've been towing a trailer for 10 Years. First off you should try to find out what your axle ratio is. Then search the web on trailer towing capacities for that year with the engine and axle ratio....
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Posted By Mudman

Concrete driveway frost heave

Not to much you can do but just let it settle down. In the future if you have to replace a section, dowel the sections together with rebar.Apply new expansion and drill through it into the concrete...
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