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It can have a “soff cut” which is a weakened planed joint. Maybe this is another one of those “idears” or “joises” that contractors like to use as construction terms.

 

Haven’t heard soffit used to refer to something on the ground.

 

-gerard

Santa Clara, CA

 

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Subject: Opinion on Terminology

 

Can a slab on grade (ground?) have a soffit or is a soffit strictly the underside of an elevated slab?

Gail S. Kelley