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Question DetailsAsked on 10/2/2013

I need a concrete pad with footings for a garage, live in Freehold

Pad should be 30x14 and about 4 inches deep steel reinforced

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If this is a garage you are contracting to be built, you are better off getting a General Contractor to handle all the trades rather than piece-mealing them - that way he is responsible for everything and can't say one contractor's work interfered with or obstructed another's.

If this is a built it yourself garage that you just need the concrete work done for, Search the List for a Concrete contractor - they can generally do the foundation excavation as well as the concrete base fill and concrete pours.

Don't forget to consider what you need to imbed in the concrete - conduit for electrical, any water or sewer pipes, floor drain and pipe to sewer, bolts for stud walls, base plates for garage door support columns/studs, etc. And don't forget perimeter drainage if you need that installed.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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