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    Default Resurfacing a Concert porch

    I have a 1935 home in West Virginia and the front porch is concrete. The surface of the porch is in bad condition in areas. We have an area that is lower than the original porch, it's pitted in many areas. How do I resurface and level the surface of the porch?

    Thank you, in advance for your assistance!

    Dawn McCoy

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    Default Re: Resurfacing a Concert porch

    I have the same problem. Any info would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Resurfacing a Concert porch

    Better if you try to search for the same on Google, for quick results.

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    Default Re: Resurfacing a Concert porch

    If it's really really really bad, knock it out and pour new.

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    Default Re: Resurfacing a Concert porch

    Quote Originally Posted by dawnmccoy View Post
    I have a 1935 home in West Virginia and the front porch is concrete. The surface of the porch is in bad condition in areas. We have an area that is lower than the original porch, it's pitted in many areas. How do I resurface and level the surface of the porch?

    Thank you, in advance for your assistance!

    Dawn McCoy
    West Virginia winters I would say that salt was used to melt the snow / ice it is in the concrete and will continue to erode the porch. Follow DJ's advice replace.

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