Rediscovering Raised Floors

In colonial times, raised-floor foundations were the choice of home builders. Now, more than 200 years later, the Southern Pine Council is reacquainting American builders with the same advantages the system offered pioneers.

October 01, 2001

In colonial times, raised-floor foundations were the choice of home builders. Now, more than 200 years later, the Southern Pine Council is reacquainting American builders with the same advantages the system offered pioneers.

A new color brochure includes basic information about what constitutes a raised floor accompanied by architectural photography of homes constructed with the method. The brochure touts advantages ranging from classic style, better window views, and strength, stability and durability to easier home improvement, natural insulating properties and effective pest control.

To order a copy of the brochure by calling the Southern Pine Council at 504/443-4464 or online at www.southernpine.com.

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