basement framing
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Basement framing is a large portion of the projects we do and we're very proficient at it.

There are certain things that need to be taken into account when framing a basement such as: headroom, plumbing layout, egress windows, fire/draft-stop and soffit around pipes/HVAC.

Although it's not required we always build our walls using a 16" on center layout.

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Basement walls will typically need to be 'Floating' to acommodate the expansive soils found in Colorado.

If the concrete slab heaves the 'Float' will act as a buffer keeping the walls from pushing up the floor above.

Basement floors that are wood or structural suspended concrete won't need to be floated.