Re: bathroom in basement
Posted by Gary Swart on February 27, 2004 at 02:36:15:
In response to Re: bathroom in basement
I'm not sure the word, "easy" should ever be used in the same sentence with, remove concrete". However, there are some alternatives. 1) Hire a professional concrete cutting company. 2) Rent a concrete cutting tool. 3)break it out with a rotary hammer. It pretty much depends on how much you have to do, how fast you need it done, and how much money you have to spend. The pros will be quick and much cleaner, but you'll pay for it. The cutting machine will be clean but messy because you have to run water on the blade while cutting. That will keep the dust down, but there will be mud and muddy water on the floor. The hammer raises lots of dust, but isn't too hard too use for a reasonably small area. You can buy one for around $100 including drill bits and chisel bits. It's also a very handy tool for drilling holes in concrete for anchors.

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