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mellikatt

07:49AM | 01/04/05
Member Since: 02/20/03
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Hello,

We purchased a house that had an addition added on to the back of the house. This room still has the back porch. The porch is of good size (4'x3') and it is round.

Unfortunately, it takes up a good share of the room. I originally wanted to jackhammer it and get rid of it-but was told this is quite a bit of work.

Is there any way of getting rid of this porch? Is jackhammering it the only way?

If anyone has any suggestions out there-please let me know.

Thank you!

Piffin

06:02PM | 01/09/05
Member Since: 11/06/02
1281 lifetime posts
porch or just a concrete step???????

what is the rest of the floor? Is theree a big diff in elevation stepping down? Waht would you replace it with if a step is necessary?

I would jackhammer to get rid of crete. You can rent an electric jackhammer - the Brute.

Half a day for an experienced guy.

Excellence is its own reward!


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