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Old 11-25-2009, 02:53 PM   #1
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basement floor rough in added, need to patch now


Hi, I just finished adding a half bath rough-in to my basement, and now am ready to repair the floor.

Are there any tricks to filling the trench? I want to ensure that the patched area does not settle at all, as I will be tiling the floor. I saw cut the edges, if that makes a difference... is it worth it to pin the new concrete to the old in some areas? any certain kind of concrete mix better than another?

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