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Flooring For Concrete Basements

flooring for concrete basements
  • The oldest formation of rocks underlying a particular area
  • (basement) the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage
  • The floor of a building partly or entirely below ground level
  • A basement is one or more floors of a building that are either completely or partially below the ground floor.
  • (basement) the ground floor facade or interior in Renaissance architecture
  • (floored) provided with a floor
  • The boards or other material of which a floor is made
  • floor: the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
  • building material used in laying floors
  • capable of being perceived by the senses; not abstract or imaginary; "concrete objects such as trees"
  • Form (something) into a mass; solidify
  • Cover (an area) with concrete
  • cover with cement; "concrete the walls"
  • Fix in position with concrete
  • a strong hard building material composed of sand and gravel and cement and water
flooring for concrete basements - Simpson Strong-Tie
Simpson Strong-Tie Epoxy-Tie Crack-Pac Crack Repair Adhesive ETIPAC10 Injection Epoxy
Simpson Strong-Tie Epoxy-Tie Crack-Pac Crack Repair Adhesive ETIPAC10 Injection Epoxy
The Crack-Pac® two-part, high solids, low-viscosity crack injection epoxy is designed to repair cracks in concrete. The mixed adhesive has the viscosity of a light oil and a low surface tension which allows it to penetrate fi ne to medium width cracks. Resin is contained in the cartridge and hardener is contained in the nozzle. Once the nozzle is threaded onto the cartridge, the hardener is released into the resin-fi lled cartridge by turning the knob at the base of the nozzle. The two components are mixed by shaking the cartridge. APPLICATION: Suitable for repair of cracks ranging from ????" to ???" wide in concrete walls, fl oors, slabs, columns and beams. Can be used to inject cracks in dry, damp or wet conditions with excellent results. Not for use in actively leaking cracks. SHELF LIFE: 24 months from date of manufacture, unopened USAGE TEMPERATURE: In order for components to mix properly, the resin and hardener must be conditioned to 60°-80°F before mixing. STORAGE CONDITIONS: For best results, store between 45°F - 95°F COLOR: Resin - blue, hardener - clear, mixed: light amber. The color of epoxy will change from amber to blue during the cure process and then fade back to light amber within a few weeks of installation. CLEAN UP: Wipe up with cotton cloths. If desired scrub area with abrasive, waterbased cleaner and fl ush with water. If approved, solvents such as ketones (MEK, acetone, etc.), laquer thinner, or adhesive remover can be used. DO NOT USE SOLVENTS TO CLEAN ADHESIVE FROM SKIN. Take appropriate precautions when handling fl ammable solvents. Solvents may damage surfaces to which they are applied. Cured material - Chip or grind off surface.

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New concrete for the hot water heater
New concrete for the hot water heater
We needed to move the hot water heater away from the wall so the wall can be demolished and so we will have room for insulation. We discovered that the hot water heater was on top of some cinder blocks that we thought were cut in half. They were actually imbedded in the floor with concrete (poorly). Carlos jackhammerred them out and a new pad has been poured so we can put the heater where we need it to be.
there's a floor in that basement
there's a floor in that basement
See the clouds in the sky? It was a perfect amount of cloudy for finishing a basement floor for most of the day. The concrete was all spread & screeded when the sun came out for long enough to mess up the plan a little bit. They ended up with a smooth finished floor. We prefer a little roughness on them so they don't get slippery when wet. The sun went away once the floor was finished.

flooring for concrete basements
flooring for concrete basements
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