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Foundation Maintenance and Footing Performance: A Homeowner's Guide

Foundation Maintenance and Footing Performance: A Homeowner's Guide

Building Technology File 18-2011

Building Technology Files (BTF) for Home-owners and Professionals

4 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing

    Pamphlet - 2012
ISBN: BTF18PRT - AU $ 6.00

    PDF - 2012
ISBN: BTF18WEB - AU $ 5.00



BTF18 has been updated in line with changes to building standards.

This indispensable BTF provides expert advice to homeowners on identifying the causes of movement in a building – causes usually related to one or more problems in the foundation soil. It describes the different types of soil, shows the damage that can happen to buildings when foundation soils become too wet or too dry, and recommends ways to avoid these problems.

Builders and architects can ensure that costly misunderstandings are avoided by providing this guide to their clients. To encourage this, a range of discounts are available for those wishing to purchase multiple copies of the guide. Please note all prices for these information sheets include postage and handling.

Multiple print copy discounts:
   Number of Copies       Price per copy
      10 - 49               $3.60 each
      50 - 99               $3.00 each
     100 - 499              $2.50 each
     500 - 999              $2.20 each
   1000 or more             $1.55 each


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