My garage have 4 openings like rectangle what are they?


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I see there are 4 rectangles openings in my garage wall at the bottom. There is no gap and they are covered with concrete, I just don’t know what are they for?
I am planning to cover my entire garage Wall baseboard trim with diamond plates , but not sure if I can cover those 4 rectangles, will that be an violation?
 

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Is the garage perhaps a ready-built concrete structure that would have been trucked in? I saw these often in Germany, and those ' pockets' were where the extending lifting beams would have gone from the specially adapted truck.

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Is the garage perhaps a ready-built concrete structure that would have been trucked in? I saw these often in Germany, and those ' pockets' were where the extending lifting beams would have gone from the specially adapted truck.

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I purchased a house from builder 2 years back, not sure what they used to build this.
but my concern is will it okay if I cover this gap with diamond plates?
 
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I purchased a house from builder 2 years back, not sure what they used to build this.
but my concern is will it okay if I cover this gap with diamond plates?
Impossible to tell until the function of the gap is understood. Can the builder tell you?

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Impossible to tell until the function of the gap is understood. Can the builder tell you?

Colin

I don't think so that builder will respond to any question anymore. Once house is sold , that's it, 100 emails they don't even reply.
 

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