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21 Oct 2014 12:09 PM by JohnandCaroline Star rating in Alcala La Real. 12 posts Send private message


We have a reform property, (old stone walls etc). The upper floors need reinforcing. We are aware the local solution to this is to put rebar in the exterior walls and bar mesh on top then pour lightweight concrete on top.

My questions are:

How big is the structural rebar in diameter and what spacing should be used between them.

How thick should the concrete be

Should an expansiion joint be placed between the new floor and the exterior walls

Can the original floor be removed after the newly poured floor is set

Would  be greatful is anybody could help with this



Caroline and John

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