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The original wall was demolished to make way for a 25' wide staircase with a concrete patio slab at the top and a retaining wall.
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POUR & FINISH VIEW:
The existing walls were demolished to make way for this multiple staircase and extended landing style pathway from the city side walk to the front porch.
CONCRETE FLAT WORK
INTERIOR SLAB ON SLAB:
Interior 2 inch slab on top of existing slab.
- Holes drilled every 24" O.C.
- Rebar dowels epoxied into existing foundation.
- 3000 psi concrete mix with fiber.
BASIC PATIO SLAB:
This is the most cost
effective way of paving a back yard.
Glen Helen, Ca.
PATIO SLAB WITH ROUNDED CORNERS:
Green benders boards are used to create softened corners.
Former asphalt driveway.
New driveway specs:
- 5" Thick concrete slab.
- 3000 psi Concrete mix.
- 3/8" Rebar @ 24" O.C.
- 3/4" Expansion joints.
- 3" Sleeve 8" below bottom of slab for easy access to irrigation lines.
Concrete pad for fire tower structure.
- 4'-0" Concrete depth.
- 1/2" Rebar cage structure.
- 1" J-bolt placement in pre-designed pattern.
DRIVEWAY - GARAGE SLAB REPAIR:
Root damage to existing concrete garage and driveway slabs.
Both areas demolished and re-poured with all necessary procedures.
DRIVE APPROACH WIDTH EXPANSION AND CURB-GUTTER
1920's style driveway at 8'-6" feet wide was too narrow.
- 10' Wide Driveway
- Brick Ribbon Border
- 12' Wide Approach
Los Feliz, Ca.
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This driveway had been damaged by massive roots. Concrete driveway was demolished, roots removed and slab re-poured to match existing 1950's expansion joint pattern.
Los Angeles, Ca.
NOTE: You may not trim or otherwise cut roots of trees on LA city property or easements without first contacting the Los Angeles Urban Forestry Division and obtaining a permit.
Sidewalk damaged by roots.
Roots removed and slab re-poured.
NOTE: In some areas of Los Angeles there area actually two sidewalks. This particular one had an old sidewalk from the 1920's 8 inches below the damaged one from the 1950's. It was once a common practice for "public works" to elevate streets and sidewalks by simply pouring one on top of another. The space between the sidewalks was filled with dirt in time roots began to make their way in and grow. With no way for the roots to grow downward, because of the old concrete side walk blocking it's way, the roots simply grew upward severely damaging the top sidewalk.
A raised foundation stem wall for a room addition with post anchors on center.
La Verne, Ca.
Formed post anchors 2'-0" deep with 1/2" Rebar mat 3" atop bottom of footing.