Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Laying the Foundation at an Ugly House on Everett Place

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Here we are finishing up the foundation for the addition on the house on Everett. 

First you dig a hole to pour the concrete in, here in North Carolina for a one story we need to have at least 16" of concrete deep.  Every locality will be different and it will depend on your average soil conditions and frost line. 

The inspector must inspect the footing for the foundation to make sure the soil is stable enough, once that passes inspection we can pour the concrete and then lay the block to make the foundation.

But really all you need to concentrate on as the investor is hiring the right people to navigate the inspections and code requirements.

Do not pay until you have passed inspection!!  It may look done, but it's not done until the inspector says it's done.

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