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Old May 29th, 2013, 10:55 AM   #42
Haggar
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Originally Posted by special ed View Post
Haggar, I am glad I will not be the only one using a squeegee and brooms to push water to the floor drains I do a high volume of work year round, and I wish I had graded the floor very slightly. But both hoist are perfectly plumb, with zero shims.
Yeah, I've been getting my squeegie practice! Especially as the doors face northwest, so catch the rain, and I don't have my gutters on yet. Those will help. I get a little seepage under one door, but the other big one on the right leaks more than it should underneath. I have a threshold seal I could put down, but I don't want to have something on the concrete, that will get ripped up or make it impossible to sweep out. I need to play with the seals more to see if they can be improved.

The inspectors for my TWP required flat floors.
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