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Polymer Concrete Toppings

Polymer Concrete Toppings

Polymer Concrete Toppings

Current project includes construction of a large entry vestibule with frost depth spread footings, slightly larger than and encompassing an existing exterior slab with stoop type footings.

The existing slab will remain in place.  It is in good condition.  A 2" topping is to be poured to match finished floor of the adjacent structure.

I read the threads concerning bonded VS non-bonded overlays.

I was considering using a polymer based concrete mix.  Does anyone have a resource for info on polymer concrete mixes (not a manuf website) or experience with them?  

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