Did you know that there are many types of foundations, other than those requiring excavation and concrete pouring? A technology that is simpler and more resistant to temperature variations than any other material?
You own an old cottage dating from the 70s and want to vamp it up? Or thinking of building a cozy vacation home surrounded by nature? The chic-shack trend can be your inspiration!
Where would you live in your wildest dreams?
The most unusual and unheard-of house projects you could have imagined may not be as far fetched as you think. Either it’s on an island, a distant field, or even in the mountains. Let us open your eyes to various unusual places to build your house one more amazing than the other.
When fall arrives with its rainy and cold days, what could be better than relaxing at the cottage in front of the fireplace with a good book and hot cocoa in hand? There is nothing like the comfort of your own dream cottage. Whether huge, miniature, modern or rustic, the important thing is that it makes its owner happy.
Are you looking for a nature getaway? The mountains are calling you and you are dreaming of having your own place, far from the big cities? Whether it’s for hiking, hunting, having fun on a snowmobile, or just enjoying some quiet time, you may be considering building a cottage or a house in the mountains. But what does this type of installation requieres? It all starts with a good foundation!
Cabins, whether built as a weekend getaway or as a hunting retreat, are usually built on some sort of piling. This helps keep the cost of the cabin down, as the site preparation and foundation work are minimized. Having to install a regular foundation, with a footing, can add up to 10% to the overall cost of a cabin or cottage. Since most people who build a cabin are doing so for part-time use, reducing costs is an important consideration.