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Seaside Surge Solutions
Skip the exterior excavation and waterproofing -- an interior perimeter drainage system can work just as well.
Q: I need to install a basement egress window in a concrete-block foundation wall. What kind of header should I use to support the eaves wall above the new window opening, and how should I install it?
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This modular plastic footing form doubles as a perimeter drain.
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Storm surge can exert pressures against pilings in the hundreds or even thousands of pounds per square foot. Post-storm analysis may result in new design standards for oceanfront homes.
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