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|09-22-2010, 06:56 AM||#1|
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Slab For 20 X 16 Shed
I'm building a 20 x 16 shed in southeastern MA and my concrete guy wants to put 4 12" tubes at the 4 corners and then pour the 4" slab and the tubes all at the same time. The heaviest thing that will go in the shed is a small subcompact tractor. The balance will be misc yard care stuff, bikes, tools etc
My questions are:
Are 4 tubes enough? I would think I would want something in the center
In terms of reinforcement he wants to use wire. From everything I've read I'd be better off with rebar - is this overkill or necessary?
Any other tips for making sure my slab is done correctly? I'd prefer to do this only once.
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|09-22-2010, 08:12 AM||#2|
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Re: Slab For 20 X 16 Shed
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