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Slab down first wall underway

The slab was poured on Monday and looks great – though there isn’t too much to see. Because it is the waffle type it sits quite high out of the ground however they have already put some soil around the edges to build it up and some gravel in the front for construction traffic to come. 32 more words



Catching up with the blog after an incredibly busy two weeks. Our slab was laid just over a week ago on 7 April.

We met our site supervisor, Tom, on site and he walked us through the slab. 176 more words


Product Review: Ultra Pro PSA Slab Clam Shells

One thing I love about this hobby is the way that trading cards and other memorabilia can be displayed and protected.

With my personal collection lately, I’ve been buying more graded cards to save for my son in hopes that he can do something positive with them in 20 years or so. 247 more words

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Mesquite Bookmatch Slab

BookMatched Mesquite Slab awaiting your creativity to mold this uniques Burl into a work of art, what you plan to do with it? Contact us for pricing and Availability as we are a full service Sawmill and products rotate daily.


Almost Slab Ready!

Lots of progress since the piers have gone in getting ready for the slab pour this Monday weather permitting.

It was hard to really get the feel for the footprint of the building from just the corner markers but with the set now in place and being able to see some of the plumbing works for the downstairs bathrooms, laundry etc it is much easier to visualize where everything is going to be. 25 more words


Pierings In

Due to the poor nature of our soil test we need to have additional pierings and support for our slab footings. Today saw the piers go in. 20 more words

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