My concrete walkway is rather discolored and ugly, although structurally ok.
This ugly area covers about 15 feet out of a total length of 100 feet. The
discoloration looks like it goes back to when the walk was originally
poured, 25 years ago.
Rather than try to rejuvenate the concrete, I would like to cover it with
nice, porcelain floor tiles. Including the thinset, this will raise the
tiled area of the walkway by about 1/2 inch.
How can I make a smooth transition from the tile to the concrete so that
people do not stumble over the edge? Is there such a thing as an epoxy
thinset that would make a 4" ramp? (1/2"high x 4" wide)?
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