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Mon Feb 9, 2015
Brian Eddins answered:
from my experience most foundations are not 100% level. the general rule of thumb is 2-3 inches across the entire slab. I have never had an engineer use a water level. the guys I use always use the zip line. just remember that any slight issue that you encounter now you will more than likely be forced to deal with when you sell. of course in austin we do have alot of clay which does cause alot of foundation problems. it is a common issue in certain parts of the city. If it were me and I really liked the house and I planned on being there for a while I would go for it. Of course it couldnt hurt to get another opinion. Most engineers will do a free verbal. I wish you luck. ... more
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Wed Nov 28, 2007
Perry Henderson answered:
Try active rain. Send me an email of the project and I'll see if any of my investors are interested. They prefer $1-2 mil investments with at least a 10% return
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Wed Nov 25, 2009
Ki Gray answered:
I think this site give insurance quotes http://insurella.com/
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