Homeowners decided they were sick of a leaky old door, so they gave us a call!
Upon further inspection, the sales representative recommended the concrete foundation be redone.
After demo, the crew set the concrete forms.
Time to close and let the concrete dry
While the concrete cures, and the door is made, the hole is safely secured.
Forms were pulled, and door installed
Nothing better than fresh concrete and a new galvanized cellar doors
This homeowner in Newtown Square had enough of this old cellar door leaking, so they reached out to Steelway. One of our sales representatives went out to measure for us to manufacture in our King of Prussia plant, and noticed that the concrete under the cellar door was in very poor shape and should be redone. We sent out the concrete crew to remove the old cellar door and demolish the concrete foundation underneath. Once all that was done, the crew set the forms and poured the new concrete foundation. The crew verified the measurements of the new angle cellar door and covered the hole to allow the concrete to cure while the custom door was fabricated. On installation day, the crew went back out, removed the concrete forms and installed the new galvanized angle cellar door. A lot of work, but well worth it in the end. Great job guys!