Originally Posted by andrewdoherty
Would you be willing to outline the procedure and tools you're using to surface the underlying concrete? I've been to more than one carpet track that could use this type of work.
Hire a professional! Haha
There is a company that does specialty work out here in my area and I had them do the work. A concreate company that does work grinding seems for warehouse's that run forklifts would be a good place to start. This type of work can't be done on your own and you cannot rent the equipment. In my case I have a few expansion joints that rose up over the years and I had them ground down. This work is very expensive and runs me about 400$ an hour to have done. In total I have about 5hrs of floor grinding in my track. If a track needed to have an entire floor done, I would say spend the 5,000$ to build a sub floor.
This Indiegogo campaign has helped raise the last two hours of work I needed done (which is done now) and a special thank you goes out to all those who have donated.
I still have 4 days left to raise the rest of the funds!