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Deep Strip Foundation?

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A deep strip foundation is a narrow foundation which is used for normal soil and normal loads and is made 0.9m deep. This type of foundation is abnormally narrow, and can only be worked on by a skilled worker or professional. It is impossible to dig it in sandy soils or in water logged clays.
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Narrow strip or Deep strip footing. This type foundation is used for. normal soil. and normal loads which just need 0.9m dept cheep in cost construction. The essential feature of
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Standard basement walls are 8 feet high, and most concrete forms are also 8 feet high. Your foundation contractor can form the basement walls with taller forms, however, if desired.
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There is no fixed answer. The foundations will depend on the size of the building and on the site (soil) conditions and environmental factors, such as wind and seismic activity. In
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The original foundation was about 7 ½ feet deep and was made of 6" by 12" by 12' crossed yellow pine timbers submerged in water, topped with granite boulders cemented
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