Once the old door and foundation have been demolished, the forms are set.
Everything is in place for the concrete to be poured.
Concrete is being poured in the pad
Concrete poured into the forms
Once the concrete dries, we will be back to install the cellar door
Fresh Door, fresh concrete!
Concrete has dried, and custom cellar door installed.
This homeowner in Berwyn had a failing cellar door with major concrete work needed in the surrounding area. They reached out to Steelway Cellar doors and one of our sales representatives went out to assess the work and take some rough measurements. First, our amazing concrete crew went out, removed the old failing cellar door, demolished the surrounding concrete, and set the forms. Once the forms were set, the crew then poured the concrete. At this point, the concrete needed time to cure, so the crew took new measurements to manufacture a custom angle cellar door in the King of Prussia plant in the meantime. On the day of installation, the crew went back out, carefully removed the forms, and installed the newly fabricated galvanized, angle cellar door. Just look at that new door against the fresh concrete! Amazing job guys.