need to remove approx 900 sq feet of tile -and- the thinset* under it
from the top of a concrete slab. purpose being to turn a small apartment
into a workshop for myself. I have lots of -very- heavy wheeled
machines, and handle big steel in there all day long, so leaving the
tile on 'just wouldn't be workable'. I also have a "tree root chopper"
thing, a sort of huge 5 foor long inch-diameter long straight crowbar,
with a 'straight axe head' at one end....
so, how best to proceed? also got chisels, hammers of all sizes, a
pneumatic muffler chisel. I suppose there's no 'practical' way of saving
the tile (or is there?) the slab is approx six inches thick.
how are tasks like this 'ordinarily' done? using what tools? are there
huge electric jackhammers I can rent that might be 'way faster' for this
thanks for advice,
*don't have to remove ALL the thinset, just enough so that it won't be
forever 'breaking down into dust-sized pieces' all the time when I roll
iron-wheeled machines over it...and drop huge steel beams on it, and
stuff like that...