How do you remove concrete steps?

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To remove concrete steps, first determine the concrete type. Wear protective clothing and check the makeup of the steps. Use a jack-hammer to cut the blades. Finally, check the joints of your foundation steps and cut the concrete with a saw.
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1. Determine if the steps are pre-cast concrete. If they are, they are hollow and easily carted away with a furniture dolly and a helper. 2. Wear safety glasses. If the steps are
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1. Wet the entire surface of the concrete that has oil on it. It is important for the areas around the oil to be wet in addition to the stained area, otherwise you may just move the
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1. Wash wet concrete off a brick surface with a garden hose if it is outside or with a sponge and a bucket of warm water if it is inside. The concrete can be more easily removed if
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1. Score the linoleum. If you have tiles, this isn't necessary. However, if it is the roll-on kind, you need to cut it into smaller pieces that will be easier to handle, about 2 feet
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How to Remove Concrete Steps
Renovations are happening at your house. It's time to bring the house from the 1950's into the new millennium, so closing off one exterior door and removing a set of steps has to happen. Usually, concrete steps are set on their own foundation and not on... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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