Underpinning Slab Foundations Thompsonville, CT
The foundations of houses, as a rule, are made of stone or concrete (less often – of wood). They are prefabricated, monolithic and precast monolithic. On abyssal soils, the building structure is laid below the depth of freezing of the soil. On non-porous, slightly shallow foundations are used (foundations with a laying depth above the freezing level of the soil are used only for light buildings. Depending on the design, the foundations are: pile, pile-grillage, columnar, tape and slab. In the construction of individual residential buildings, the last three are most often used. Company provide the services of Underpinning Slab Foundations.