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For 20 square feet of concrete I would simply saw it off the adjacent patio if the strip is not a separate pour and then break out the strip with a jack hammer. Haul that away and then re-prep the base for new concrete. In the case of the tree roots just chop them out of the way. This will give you the cleanest solution with the longest life. Trying to ...


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In your shoes, I'd do this: Trench out along the concrete strip to give yourself access to the soil under the raised portions of the strip. Make the trench 6-8" below the bottom of the concrete and wide enough to work in. Determine whether there's remaining root under the concrete. If so, dig and chop it out completely. Using a water hose, begin ...



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