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Sounds to me that you have covered all the bases. Maybe you should pay attention to few details: Connecting old and new concrete; you have mentioned that you plan to do it, make sure that they are well stuck inside of old concrete (you drill slightly smaller hole than bar and hit the bar it with hammer when placed inside a hole. Also, you can chip old ...


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I think it's extremely important to take note what material your lawn and garden furniture are before considering what kind of storage you need. Some type of material, like wood especially because its susceptible to mould and rot, needs to be properly treated before you bunker things down into a storage unit somewhere. Then there are also self storage ...


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One easy solution is to rent a grinder, and a diamond blade, and cut (from the top) channels into the slab (where your drill holes are positioned). then you can insert your runoff pipes and then fill the holes with fresh cement. Unfortunately, I don't see any practical way to drill at the angles which you propose, you will have to remove paving and ...



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