At this point the footings, walls, and now the floor have all been poured; meaning the concrete work for the house on the Lake in th
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After footings are poured it is time to set up the forms that will hold the concrete in place while the vertical are poured.
After the "Camp" was demolished it's time to start the concrete work and step one obviously is to pour the footings.
As you know, in the Adirondacks we have a project going. One of the first things was to demolish an existing "camp" on the lake.
Yesterday we mentioned that the Green Camp on the lake was going to be demolished making room for a beautiful modular.
As you will see the gable end panels are now installed, most of the roofing is done, the dormer is installed.
Today The House at The Lake was set on the foundation. Because of inclement weather half of the job is postponed until tomorrow.
Radiant heat works by pumping warm/hot water through PEX tubing that is buried inside the basement floor/concrete.
The foundation and site all ready for delivery and set later this week of our "House at the Lake." The "blue-board" is foundation in
You have been watching site work for our "House on the Lake;" well the construction of the home is progressing nicely in the plant.
In this picture you see the Water District's shut off that is installed, from there a water line is run into each apartment unit.
After the cellar hole has been dug it's covered with crushed stone to keep the house "up out of any ground water." The painted lines
Now that the concrete has been poured and the forms removed it is time to "tar" the basement walls so they are water proof.
After all the forms have been removed from the walls it is time to pour the basement floor.