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Even a small addition presents a number of structural challenges.
Feedback from a JLC reader.
Flex-Drain holds its shape like a giant bendy straw, eliminating the need to cut pipes and insert fittings.
Commercial-grade steel deck pans worked well for placing the slab on this steep-site garage addition.
Helical piers provided a practical alternative to cribbing the house.
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