|Posted by hj on November 19, 1998 at 09:40:14:|
|In response to Re: interior concrete slab repair|
We often finish repair concrete to a lower level than the original floor since the concrete patch has a tendency to shrink as it cures. The tile or carpet layers then use their topping mix to create a level floor. If you wish to put the tile down first, then level the area even with the original concrete. If that is not necessary, and it seldom is, then top it out to the level of the tile before carpeting.
: Hi --
: Last week we had drain plumbing under a concrete-slab
: The original surface was a fine, smooth type of
: It seems that the repair needs to be redone to enable
: The repair people want to come over and "seal" the
: Thanks for your response.
: Roger Williams, Space Sciences Lab, UC Berkeley