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”.

http://www.slabtek.com/

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: www.nttarei.org](http://www.nttarei.org/) ****

“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?

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

You wish.
Stu

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

Stu,

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

next stop Belize

http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:HCJCFWlRD9s7vM:http://www.maruba-spa.com/images/belize-map-large.jpg

Paul,

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

One entry found for raze. Main Entry: raze http://www.merriam-webster.com/images/audio.gif
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