Feb 13, 2007 7:52 am
Im going to start building a project home this year,my block which is 20m wide by 50 deep needs to be built up slightly to make sure i get drainage to the street,im going to first get a pool dug out and concreted.My soil is clay,should I use that to build up my land or should I get pol company to take it away and get the builder to bring in their own fill.I guess my main question is,is clay alright to use to build up the land or is sandy soil /fill better
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Bri1234How "clear" does a block have to be ready to build?How "clear" does a block have to be ready to build?
Thanks for the advice. We went to the block. Mowed what we could and put some more spray on the bits we couldn't mow (they should die off in a few days. Removed any…
SteveMcLandscaping and highly reactive clay - prevent ground movtLandscaping and highly reactive clay - prevent ground movt
Having had a similar build on piers/posts/bearers I share your concerns. Avoid any possible water movement to your piers/posts and your all good. In my case I had piers in…