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Old 12-16-2012, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by jkski View Post
I thought the same thing and while there are a lot of contractors in our area who do the poured walls as a "standard" it was actually cheaper for me to go block. I guess that the added material cost of concrete vs block and labor just made it cost prohibitive. In our area, the poured walls are mostly done by the big, high volume home builders who already own the forms, etc.. and it is part of their package. They come in, pour the walls and are framing in a couple of days.
I am sure you did your due diligence, found the best cost/value option for your build and saw your earlier posts regarding this but can't help but think there is a business opportunity for someone in your area to do this as a service outside of the builders and do it cheaper/faster/better while making a decent living doing it.

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