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Do you need a license to pour concrete as a contractor?

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2008-09-14 21:53:22
2008-09-14 21:53:22

I need some concrete work done. Will my contractor be required to have a licence to do the job? I need some concrete work done. Will my contractor be required to have a licence to do the job?

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No if it is for youself, but as a paid job yes.

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Yes, but you will need to reinforce with a wire mesh and then pour.

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how much does it cost to form and pour concrete in Mobile, AL

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In Memphis, TN the cost of having a professional contractor pour concrete on a driveway averages from $5 to $9 per square foot. The addition of a sealant to preserve a driveway can cost as much as $18 per square foot in Memphis, TN.

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POUR THE CONCRETE OVER THE BRICK

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not normally. it depends on what you are trying to accomplish. if you need a thin layer than you can pour a thin set layer which hardens and adheres better than concrete. if the added part is thicker you can drill holes in the old and put re bar in then pour on top to help tie the two together.

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There are a number of ways in which you could prepare the ground to pour a concrete curb. You could level the surface and pour sand.

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Concrete need a uniform and compacted base, so as long as that rock is uniform and compacted, you should be fine.

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No. Concrete won't bond to concrete. It will end up cracking.

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pour more concrete over the top and smooth it out

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You pour liquid concrete into a frame and let it set.

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No do to the concrete settling the concrete on top would split

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If you are going to sell, serve or pour liquor to the public, you need a liquor license. It can be a complicated process, so make sure that you are dealing with someone who knows what they are doing.

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0 oC is freezing point of water. So while you can pour at this temperature you need to take some precautions.

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yes because before you pour the concrete down it is a soft liquid................

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It is about 166.67 cubic feet and you will need just over 6.17 cubic yards of concrete.

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Assuming you pour to a depth of 4 inches, you will need 30.86 cubic yards.

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What you need to do first is to check if you have that room near the threshold of the door for that extra concrete(which is minimum of 3.5" inches) then you need to remove the top surface of the old concrete to be rough surface don't break too much just about an 1"wash clean and let it dry and only then to install the new concrete.

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If there are no seams in it - it was not poured in sections, but as one continuous pour.

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Only If you are going to sell, serve or pour liquor to the public

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Bust out the concrete, fix the pipe and pour new concrete. No way around it.

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Yes you can. There is a special concrete formula made by sackrete that you just add water to the concrete after pouring it in a hole.


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