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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    Pour your concrete columns to the subfloor level
    Thanks. That's the solution I was leaning toward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rckclmbr428 View Post
    Pour your concrete columns to the subfloor level
    But log columns in a basement are much cooler than concrete columns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrowman View Post
    But log columns in a basement are much cooler than concrete columns.
    But if the basement isn't set up for nature draining, a basement flood will not be good for a RPSL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrowman View Post
    But log columns in a basement are much cooler than concrete columns.
    It's been my experience that coolness factor has a direct correlation to pain in the butt factor
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    Links and Pics of your home/home in progress!!

    Quote Originally Posted by rreidnauer View Post
    But if the basement isn't set up for nature draining, a basement flood will not be good for a RPSL.

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    You guys worry too much about water. If water and logs was actually an issue, all these real log home builders out there would be using larger overhangs. Just contemplate that next time you reach for the tinfoil hat.

    And Ronnie, pain in the butt is temporary. Coolness is forever. At least that is what I told the kids every time something turned out to be harder and took way longer than initially thought.


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    wow. looking great!

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