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grinding. pt2

Concrete grinding took a bit longer than I originally thought. I don’t know what I thought actually, maybe it was wishful thinking that it would be all done & dusted in a weekend, but in the end it took 88 man hours to get the 100m2 slab to a finish I’m finally happy with. 162 more words

Day 30 slab pour

Our concrete slab is finally done!! After postponing the slab pour dates for 7 times, it has finally happened.

We went on site on Thursday and found some workers working on site. 457 more words

Base Stage


So after the concrete slab was poured, rollered and tamped, we covered it up for a few days and started with grinding. The idea is that the slab will be the final internal finish. 55 more words

Elm - Pleasant to Work and Full of Character

The latest addition to my catalog of air-dried slabs for sale is Elm (Ulmus americana)

A medium-density wood with pale sapwood and warm brown heartwood, elm often exhibits a coarser grain pattern. 107 more words

Working Smarter (Not Harder)

Weekend Review: Jul 23

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Sunburn – Philadelphia Rock Gym, Valley, PA   OverallResults   Results-by-Discipline


Slabs n’ Walls

The winters in Taos can get pretty cold, however the summers here are near perfect, which means not much is needed in the way of cooling systems, but heating is a must. 421 more words

Mariposa Ranch

slab pour

Monday was a big day. After last week’s installation of Isoquick insulated raft system and necessary steel reinforcement, it was time to pour the concrete slab. 135 more words