Do do they install the walls as part of the price?charlie828 said:Superior Walls is a great system that I've used many times in the last few years. Great folks to work with. Nothing is ever a problem. Gravel and perimeter drain to daylight means there are no water problems. Their crew spends lots of time getting gravel compacted and perfectly level. Setting wall sections is fast. Caulk or sealant is used between panels which are attached with bolts top and bottom. Check out their website for construction details.
I believe they do. They require enough room on site for the truck and your crane to set up and they take it from there. My buddy always told me on a 9' basement they are 10-15% more than poured wall. On 10', they end up a little cheaper...FWIW.BCConstruction said:Do do they install the walls as part of the price?
Just wanted to add, you can't backfill without a poured slab to prevent the walls from kicking in.I have a good friend that builds crazy awesome homes and he loves superior walls! I tried to use them a couple of times, but my area is very conservative and no one could wrap there homeowner minds around not pouring concrete for their foundation. According to Superior, their Crete ends up a much higher psi than conventional poured walls. Also you can build on them the next day after they are set...just can't backfill until the deck is on...which is good practice anyway.