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Dave
I thought the bottom of the footing is placed at or
below the frost depth.
Irv

--- David Topete <davetopete(--nospam--at)yahoo.com> wrote:

> List:
> Can someone give me a brief summary of foundation
> design (or detailing) with regard to frost depths
> noted?  Do I basically place the top of spread
> footing at or below the frost depth?  from finish
> grade?
> A reference would be just fine also.  I rarely
> design for wind, snow, or frost, but there's a first
> for everything...
> Thanks in advance.
> DT
> 
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