i have a garage that has sunk in the middle where the support column
is due to a floor drain that was installed and goes nowhere. the
ground has compacted in that area, causing the concrete to sink and
crack, as much as 2 inches, i would like to temporarily remove the
beam, bust the concrete out, refill with some good 3/4 inch crush,
pack it down and repour the concrete. Is there some old school trick
to determining how high and low the floor is in spots, cause i've been
trying with a laser level, and it's level bubbles are untrustworthy,
too cheap a tool. Any ideas? Don't worry i won't remove the beam
without backup beams, lol...
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