House number four is on its foundation

FTLComm - Tisdale - Wednesday, July 26, 2006

It was in early June when we told you about the dismantling of the home of Mrs. Rowley which had been damaged by flooding. Since then the old house has disappeared, a new basement dug and a smart new basement poured.

Yesterday, this house, new to Tisdale was rolled in, it was a fifty by sixty foot structure all moved in one peice and today sits comfortably on its new basement.

The basement was created using the unique and really efficient means of assembling forms and creating a trim concrete structure.


These foam panels are fit together and become part of the insulation as the whole project goes together like a Lego set. The materials have been shown on this web site before as they were used on the Golden Age Centre and are sold here in Tisdale by Little Redimix.

It was pretty hot in the treed area this afternoon as the garage was being sorted out by workman.

A sturdy and spacious house now ready for finishing.



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