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First postingWill Firstbrook WCB of BC wfirstbr at msmail.wcb.bc.ca
Thu Jul 10 09:22:31 PDT 1997
Hi Mary, You should be able to install a traditional floor as you indicated. Other floor options include hydronic heating in a cement & tile floor or earthen tile floor and have a wonderful warm tiled floor. Then have hardwood floors for a second story if that may be in the plans. Cob is very flexible you can build whatever your mind can imagine. Regards, Will >-----Original Message----- >From: Mary A. Dodson [SMTP:mdods at blyonline.com] >Sent: Thursday, July 10, 1997 6:25 AM >To: coblist at deatech.com >Subject: First posting > >Dear folks, > >I just happened on this discussion list at a time when I was seriously >looking for alternative housing. I've been studying up on compost toilets >and wastewater systems, and had thought I would just build myself a shack if >I can sell my house. > >The cob structures are so beautiful! I have a question already, and hope >it's not too primary for this list: > >One gentleman talked about a concrete foundation. If you went that route, >would you put in traditional wood floor joists & subfloor? > >Any help would be greatly appreciated. > > >Mary >
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