Question about breaking concrete...
In the new place, there is a shop that is made of concrete (cinder block
On the one end the door is about 2 feet off the ground level. I wanted to
make a ramp to come up to the door level.
The problem is that the concrete wall has about a 3" lip above the floor.
This makes the door opening about 2" too small.
I wanted to remove this lip. Can I do this with a mortar chisel? Should I
use a jack hammer (I never have used one before)
What can I do to knock down this lip without destroying the wall? Thanks.
(Hopefully I was clear enough with the email. There is no wood involved on
the bottom. It's a cinderblock wall with a pour floor. The wall has a 3"
lip above the poured floor.)
Thanks for the help.