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Before you dig

Soil testing and doing a report before you start building your kit, manufactured or other home is essential. An understanding of the soil that is being built on is crucial, as every block of land is different and homeowners need to have all the reports on ground conditions before building starts. Here, Ideal Geotech discusses the steps to start the process with an engineer and what you should know before you begin building.

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