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Question DetailsAsked on 4/2/2014

Can big cracks in a garage floor be dug out and filled or must a big section be removed and repoured?

The garage floor cracked in the first five years or so when the house or foundation settled. It is a raised ranch so it is not a structural issue but is unsightly. The cracks are largely on one side of the two car garage and create uneven surface where the garage door meets the concrete. There is probably an inch or two of difference in elevation. I am wondering if a mason can clean, fill and level the surface or if a large chunk will have to be jackhammered out and re-poured. The cost of the latter seems like it would be prohibitive. I can get some estimates but am wondering if a repair is unlikely and replacement will likely be necessary. Any thoughts on feasibility? I am not averse to a thousand dollar repair or so but much more and I will likely have to live with it I would imagine... thoughts?

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