How do I pour concrete to make a ramp out of three 3 inch stairs?
I have a walkway that is only two feet wide, and I want to expand it to 3 feet, and make the three gentle steps -- only 3 inches high each -- into a ramp. It leads to the entrance of my sister's basement apartment, and she just got a mobility scooter, and would like to be able to park it next to her door. I've never poured concrete, and don't really know the process. I also don't have the funds to just redo the entire walkway, or to hire someone. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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