Are you familiar with this type of foundation?

Any experience with these systems or input would be appreciated.

The majority of the soils within a 50-100 mile radius from me is expansive clay with some of the most expansive in the state.

I’m starting to think I’m from Missouri, “Show me”.

Didn’t look like there was a moisture barrier installed in the photo right before the pour.

BTW NTAREI will be having a presentation at our next meeting.

“The Next Generation of Foundation Design”
A unique process eliminates the future liability of foundation movement
******Joey Childress, SlabTek (Structurally Suspended Slabs)

Are you aware of our monthly inspectors’ meetings?

**Come visit with fellow inspectors and have good food, fun and education! **
Brinks Home Security buys your meal if you are a memeber of NTAREI! Join us for a great evening!!

WHERE: Spring Creek BBQ @ Beltline & Hwy 183, Irving
****TIME: 7:00-9:00pm ****
WHEN: Next meeting Tuesday, August 14, 2007
****WEBSITE:]( ****

“Tips from the Chair”**** – ****tidbits of tips from the Chairman

“Identify This”**** contest with prizes drawn at every meeting!****
Meetings held every 2nd Tues of the month for the

****[FONT=Arial]North Texas[/FONT][FONT=Arial] Association of Real Estate Inspectors[/FONT]

Do you mean that it’s a post tensioned slab?

“I’m starting to think I’m from Missouri, “Show me”.”

You wish.

A family or two of critters will soon turn a tradional slab into an effectively raised slab :slight_smile:


No, I don’t, I’ve been there and done that :wink:

next stop Belize


Did you mean
raze? If so I get your point.

One entry found for raze. Main Entry: raze
Pronunciation: 'rAz
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): razed; raz·ing
Etymology: alteration of rase
1 a archaic : ERASE b : to scrape, cut, or shave off
2 : to destroy to the ground : DEMOLISH <raze an old building>

  • raz·er noun