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When the original builder flubs a foundation, someone else has to clean up the mess.
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Compacted drainage stone and a thick layer of foam prevent frost damage and keep the heat inside the building.
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Closed-cell polyurethane provides a vapor barrier and good R-value in a single application.
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An engineered schedule of epoxied rebar pins reinforces the joints.
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