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Morning Boehner
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Im pretty sure they have basements in AZ. Remember there is no fucking water there.

In colder areas you need a foundation below the frost line, meaning you basically need something of a basement regardless. AZ has no frost line, so only a slab is needed to build a house. They CAN have basements, but they have no need too and it's cheaper to for a builder to add square footage to a house by building a second floor instead of adding a basement... hence the lack of basements in AZ.
 

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Morning Boehner
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We don't have a basement, that's just part of the living room. We bought an older house, the ceilings are a little weird.

they put an h-beam through the middle of your living room with 4" steel poles holding it up? :wtf:

i call shens until we see pictures of kiwi in said pool. :hi2u:


edit: also explain the surface mounted conduit on the wall unless you live in a brick house with no inside insulation.
 
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they put an h-beam through the middle of your living room with 4" steel poles holding it up? :wtf:

i call shens until we see pictures of kiwi in said pool. :hi2u:


edit: also explain the surface mounted conduit on the wall unless you live in a brick house with no inside insulation.

The thing on the wall is the control box for the ceiling fan above the pool (you can't see the blades because of the weird ceiling thing). We put it in that way as a quick fix because that part of the house gets obscenely hot.
 

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pshhh

rookies.

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section 237 of the Arizona housing code states-"No form of inflatable swimming pools are allowed within 50 feet of a living establishment".