In this video, we show you the next step in our Berkeley Victorian foundation replacement project. Previously, the foundation had been poured, and above it, the mud sill and shear walls have been built and anchored. Now, the construction of the cripple walls is next. Essentially this is plywood that is attached to the studs and shear walls, and helps to reinforce the entire foundation. Cripple walls are an important factor when seismically retrofitting a house, and help to provide the reinforcement necessary to making our house seismically sound. We hope you enjoy viewing the progress made on this project!
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