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We purchased an old house (1922) that has a red brick basement. It seems the basement floor has been re-poured a couple of times making the head room less than 6'.
The surface on the floor is not very smooth or level and over the years a few cracks have formed in the floor as well.
We would like to make the basement into a family room, but would like more head room.
Is it possible to remove the old concrete and then re-pour for a basement floor that is level and free of cracks? . . . and would we be able to do this ourselves?
We live in an area of Canada that has very cold winters and very hot summers (if this makes a difference).
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