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[Cob] Jaanus trenchjoe at skeesick.com joe at skeesick.com
Mon Oct 8 04:37:36 PDT 2007
You could always use a gabion foundation. If you are concerned with retention of the rubble, this would certainly solve that issue. You could even extend them up to be your stem wall as well. Just plaster the above ground area to hide the cage. J Mary Lou, Thank you for answer! Yes, there is danger that trench stones under stem wall move horizontally into sandy soil and the same time sand flow into trench. Probably small stones like rubble move more easily into sandy soil? Then is maybe better way to fill footing trench with bigger stones(5-8 inch)and fill the gaps with sandy gravel? But then it will hold the water, that is not good? Is anybody has experience with some kind of plastic tarp using vertically for trench protection? Regards Jaanus Euronics on Eesti ja Euroopa suurim kodutehnikakett! Tule vaata! 4399.- Fotokaamera Nikon (COOLPIXS51BR). Kliki: http://www.Euronics.ee/b/070910.mailee?COOLPIXS51BR References 1. http://www.Euronics.ee/b/070910.mailee?COOLPIXS51BR _______________________________________________ Coblist mailing list Coblist at deatech.com http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist
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