Pouring and Finishing a Concrete Slab
Step 11: Cut Control Joints
Cut in control joints using a groover and straight-edge. A 4” thick slab will require control joints a minimum of every 10’ in each direction.
NOTE: Control joints should be cut a minimum of 1/4 the depth of the slab.
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