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How to level existing conc. slab for tool shed

Hi, I have an existing 7.5' x 14'x 4"thk concrete pad that valleys in the middle and drains to one side. I want to level it and build a tool shed on top the full size of the slab. Location is in Georgia. Can anyone suggest: 1. what should be the minimum thickness for the topping slab. 2. is rebar or wire mesh necessary? 3. what options do I have for anchoring since there will not be enough embed depth for j-bolts? Thanks
Question asked by: lsamuel

Asked on: 06 Jun 2009

Might be worth popping down to your local DIY store or even garden centre and asking the staff - sometimes if you find someone knowledgeable they are happy to give good advice for free; I've done this a few times in the past.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 07 Jun 2009
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