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How do I determine the correct rise of a step for a concrete footing on a slope?
Going to be building a retaining wall in the front yard on a slope. I'm going to be using King size residential bricks to make a 2 wythe wall. Because of the slope I'll need to have 3-4 steps in the ...
Apr 17 '13 at 4:02
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