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As Hurricane Katrina taught in New Orleans, the road home after a hurricane is not a simple path.
Continuous steel reinforcement ties the poured concrete walls to the footings
A foundation that is out-of-level and out-of-square can be fixed by shimming the joists, notching the plates, and adjusting their position on the foundation wall.
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Engineered steel piles are an affordable foundation option for small jobs and tricky sites
As with any project, you get what you pay for
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