As mentioned in the previous post the builder for the New Lebanon, NY project was building with WarmForm for the first time. Just as most builders in this region and North, they are accustomed to building foundations four feet and deeper to reach below frost. In situations like this the ease of a WarmForm installation […]
Every once in a while us WarmForm people like to get out to see a customer installation. It helps us to see how customers are managing since the majority right now are installing WarmForm for the first time. We like to see what is coming easily to the customer, as well as what needs some […]
Cabin recently completed in Pownal, Maine. Photo by C Heidi Kirn Photography. More photos of the WarmForm set-up here.
We are happy to share some WarmForm install photos from Civic Carpentry in Nantucket who is installing a PH8 based slab right now.
Our customer John from Maine has been sharing progress pictures as he sets up his WarmFörm slab on the Maine island that he makes home. This is a great sequence and you can easily see how the parts go together. As of today they have finished setting up their WarmFörm and are ready for their […]
This unusual earthwork tool, here fitted to a tilting rotating excavator head, is common for quickly smoothing stone beds used under WarmFörm type frost protected shallow foundations in Sweden. This particular photo is a driveway bed, but the same earthwork tools are used for fast prep of stone base beds for houses. So if you […]
Our Colorado customer’s has has topped out and finishes and cladding will begin to be installed now. See the garage above and the WarmForm slab foundation on its beautiful wooded site outside Denver.
Here is a little WarmForm installation for a small A-Frame cabin being built in upstate NY this summer. WarmForm is the ideal foundation system for small vacation cabins like this because it eliminates the digging and trenching for frost depth footings, and allows the foundation to be installed rapidly.
A WarmFörm customer in Colorado shares their progress midway through their layout of PH6 profile for their house and PH4 profile for their garage. Its worth noting the 4″ step down to the garage forms you can see in the photo. They’ve done this to depress the garage slab from the house slab which was […]