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Re: What are these 13 years 4 months ago #12715

I think they are nailing strips for the siding so you can install the siding farther down the foundation walls


Wood in contact with concrete to install siding?  Noooo way!  No professional would do something like that!  <~~~~~  Me being facetious.   ::)

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Re: What are these 13 years 4 months ago #12726

I am referring it

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Re: What are these 13 years 4 months ago #12729

That's what I would do.  I would at least call it out as wood/concrete contact and irregular building practices and refer it out to someone else.

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Re: What are these 13 years 4 months ago #12730

Ihave never seen those before . i am thinking they are the nailing strips but I did refer it out

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Re: What are these 13 years 4 months ago #12861

They could be anything that you have said so far. Who knows what the person who built the place was thinking on  that day?

What ever they are/were, they serve no purpose, they are bad, and should be removed. It is an infestation issue.

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Re: What are these 13 years 3 months ago #15414

Those are scaps of wood nailed to the inside of the form prior to the pour to string a line inside the forms to straighten the wall forms. It was not removed.

Notice how they are located just outside from the metal inside corners of the forms and outside corners.
Do it all the time, but I do not leave them in the form.  ;D

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