Anybody ever sealed coop floor with cement/concrete/grout product??

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by Porlalee, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. Porlalee

    Porlalee In the Brooder

    Jun 6, 2010
    We had a good start on our coop when hubby had a heart attack (for reals)... so now we are back at it (and hubby is feelin fine).. Floor of run is pavers and frame of coop is pressure-treated wood...heavy duty... Wanting to know if anyone out there has used a "sealant" to seal between pavers/flooring and wood foundation timbers??? Leaving tiny gaps in pavers alone, as those gaps can serve as drainage when/if we ever need to hose out the run...
    Ideas?? Warnings?? We are hoping to hear back tonight... off to Home Depot tomorrow after work.. Thanks..
  2. patimekiller

    patimekiller In the Brooder

    Jun 5, 2010
    Nw pennsylvania
    I did not do it to mine but a drain of some type would be nice mine is a tounge and groove floor with like 1 in cement. Makes it easy to clean. I would put somethig like that back in if I built another. I'd go thicker on the cement the other has cracked

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