Bud Dietrich, AIA
Architects & Designers
House parts -

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Changing the wall thickness where there will be a floor provides a ledge where the framing for that floor structure can sit. In this way the floor can be traditional, common and inexpensive wood-framed construction, whether using standard dimensional lumber or long span joists.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

may8happen added this to homeIdeas
February 22, 2014
Wall insulation
thejudester added this to mira thoughts
September 29, 2013
top to bottom concrete is thicker at bottom where it must stand the downward weight as well as the ground pushing in.
bickel18 added this to bickel18's ideas
May 31, 2013
Moses Muriithi added this to moses_muriithi's ideas
May 26, 2013
Coastal construction benefits a big plus
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