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In total, TrustedPros has received 16 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Vancouver seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $140,000.00 with a per project average of $8,750.00.
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Would like to put a concrete micro topping on my freshly laid concrete sidewalk which is currently curing and should be ready for topping at the end of the month. Would like the topping to be pure white glossy with non slip and hard enough for very light vehicular traffic (2000 lb trailers). Topping should be fairly thin if possible and would like it sealed after topping is put down. Total job size is 480 square feet approx.
Approx 700 sq feet requires leveling before engineer hardwood is put down.
Building is approx 40 years old and has appears as concrete floor.
Need to remove existing flooring of carpet 140 sq foot, laminate about 400 sq foot, 160 sq feet approx of vinyl flooring and raised level of engineered laminated with leveling making it high than the remainder of the apt. And to dispose of removed surfaces.
Apt is on 3 rd floor, there is an elevator.
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Would like to put a cement floor in my basement rental suite. Area - approx 1200 sg.ft. ; age of house - old - close to 100 yrs;
Since buying this house, I am looking for the 3rd time in less than 10 years, at putting a new floor in my basement. Seems that the cement slab that the house sits on is seeping moisture throughout the whole area, as the floor becomes soft and spongy in spots then spreads as time goes on, to a point where the now present laminate floor will crack if to much weight is put on it. When we investigated under the laminate, sub floor etc, there appears to be dry rot (no moisture)
As I have had professionals replace the floor twice and the problem has not been resolved, (they think they have the answer!) I am now hoping a cement floor will work, but am open to any other ideas or solutions.
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