Off Grid Living – How to Pour Cement/Concrete
Foundation Piers for an Off Grid Shed, Cabin or Home
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Pouring Cement/Concrete Foundation Piers for an Off Grid Shed, Cabin or Home
Washington – Pouring a cement or concrete slab foundation on a slope or a hill can be an expensive pain. Heavy machinery is expensive to bring in and the soil type may not always conducive to you building a fully dug out basement. A poured foundation, or even a cement pad, can cost thousands and take weeks to build. Again, a cement truck may not even be able to access your shed, cabin or off grid home’s site.
But when building a foundation with a pier and beam footers, it becomes much, much more affordable and is less risky to install and there are many other benefits.
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