How to Remove Concrete Steps | eHow

Step 6. If you find the house and steps foundation were on pour you can cut the concrete with a saw, which will only cut about 2 1/2 inches deep. Then break it up with a sledge hammer. Use the saw to make a line or weak spot where the concrete will break when struck with a sledge hammer.

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Concrete Steps and Custom Architectural Precast

Steps Plus Inc. Since 1967 Steps Plus, Inc. has been manufacturing high quality precast concrete products. We manufacture and install precast concrete steps, ornamental iron rails, sidewalks, patios, decks and porches within 30 miles of Syracuse, NY. We also produce custom precast concrete products for architectural projects across New York State.

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White's Precast Concrete – The Home of Concrete Ideas - 1

From retaining walls and driveway posts that accommodate a light to wheelchair ramps and building panels we can do it! We install walkways and steps, concrete porches and precast balconies and concrete decks. We also have a number of farm products – feed bunks, floor slats, hog troughs and bunker silos.

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Complete Guide for Precast Panel Installation | Life and

Today, people install precast concrete panels in their construction sites to reduce the overall construction time. Apart from that, you can easily install the precast panel in your outside areas and also build the walls from them. Earlier people used to use such precast concrete in the commercial areas, but now people are using such precast

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Concrete Stairs | AA West

Precast Concrete Stairs. Precast concrete stairs, sometimes known as step and risers, we have a wide range of standard steps : 760mm step and riser 914mm step and riser 990mm step and riser 1065mm step and riser 1220mm step and riser 1525mm step and riser 1800mm step and riser 2100mm step and riser. We can also custom make stairs to suit any job.

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How to Replace Precast Concrete Steps

Dec 04,  · How to Replace Precast Concrete Steps Step 1: Remove the Old Concrete Steps Use the sledgehammer and pry bar to loosen the old concrete steps from where they Step 2: Measure the Area for the New Precast Concrete Steps Take measurements from the ground up to exactly under the Step 3: Prepare

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How to Build Concrete Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

Feb 03,  · Your concrete steps will lie upon a subbase of granular fill, like open-grade stone, which will protect your poured concrete steps from shifts in the earth or deterioration. You'll need between 4-8" (10.2-20.3 cm) of fill for your subbase. After placing your subbase, you'll need to tamp it

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Concrete Products - Everett Allen Concrete

Precast Concrete Steps Concrete steps are fabricated 4, 5, and 6 foot wide. 1 - 6 steps high without decks and 1 - 5 steps high with decks. risers are 7 3/8 " high and 11 1/2" deep Step treads

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Precast Concrete Stairs Edmonton - Lafarge Precast

Our Precast Concrete Stairs are used in a wide variety of projects ranging from schools to parkades, whatever the nature of you project we will have a design to suit your needs. Our precast Concrete Stairs are available with a variety of finishes including, light sandblasting, exposed aggregates, to alternative coloring.

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Steps | Prod. Categories | Step Guys

Edwina is a plain gray precast concrete step. He ain't nothin fancy or beautiful but he is functional, affordable, and durable. Edwina's top features a non-slip walking surface with a broomed finish and like his cousins, he is steel reinforced on the inside.

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Front Step Has Settled and How We Repaired It!

Step building codes are based on the assumption that each step should be the same size, making it easy to climb. Uneven, Settled Steps (Before): City code says your step needs to be seven to eight inches from the top of one step to the other step. In this case, our client's stairs were nine inches on the right side, and eight inches on the left

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