Even without changing direction, the door is starting to fail and should be replaced.
Old stairs have been demolished.
Old Concrete has been removed, excavation for new stairs, and cutting back some of the driveway in preparation of the new stairs.
Ready to set forms and rebar
Forms and rebar are being placed
Ready to make the first pour.
Done with the first concrete pour
Getting ready to form the walls that encase the stairs.
Walls done, steps ready to be poured
Beautiful, new steps, not as steep as the previous ones.
The landing when you come out of the door has been poured
Custom Door is a perfect fit on the new egress
Door done, driveway done, looking good!
This Home in Devon, PA had a regular egress you come out your door and walk up the stairs, but wanted to change the direction of that egress. We had to first remove the old cellar door, demo the old stairs, cut the driveway, excavate along the house and driveway, form and pour new concrete steps, landing, and walls, measure and manufacture the new custom cellar door, install new cellar door, and finally patch the driveway. The project took about 2 weeks to complete.