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A Concrete Patio

Whether you are looking to expand upon your entertainment space or tie in your entire backyard, there is no better option than to install a concrete patio. Concrete patios are one of the best investments a property owner can make, providing usable space while you own the home and increasing the value of the home when it’s time to sell.
Ever wonder about what it would take to install a new concrete patio in Austin? Well, down below you will find what the professionals do to install perfect patios every time as well as what is done when repairs are needed!
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    How To Install A Concrete Patio

    When it comes to installing your very own concrete patio, there are steps that you need to take to make sure the patio is structurally sound, able to endure foot traffic and most of all, able to stand the test of time. To make sure your patio is able to do all of these things, the pros take certain steps to make sure the ground beneath the patio is ready to hold your patio for the years to come. Down below, you will find all of the steps the true professionals take to make sure your patio is built correctly.
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    Compacting The Soils

    The first step of the process is to excavate the area to clear up any large rocks and the topsoil to create a strong foundation for your patio. After excavation, layout your first set of lines for your patio. Next, you will want to rent a compactor to compact the dirt after you have removed the topsoil. This is where marking after excavation comes into play, layout a second layer of makers on stakes, offset to the width of the forms you are using.
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    Laying Forms

    When you are sure the area has been properly laid out and compacted, it’s time to start laying your forms. Stakes should be placed at the corners and every 2 feet in between with marks on where you want to finished patio’s height to be. Use a 2×4 and place it up against the height of the finished patio and nail it into place with 2 duplex nails. cut off the remainder of the wooden stake to make smoothing out the poured concrete easier.