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Old June 4th, 2013, 09:09 AM   #10
RyeBread
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if you pass on this house, and look at a semi-traditional "colonial" you may find that often the traditional family room which is often situated behind the garage is often built on that same slab/pour.

our mid 90s built home is built that way.

chief gripe about the slab? if we're rough-housing with the kids in there, it hurts more if someone falls/gets slammed into the floor

chief benefit of the slab? it doesn't creak, groan like the wood floor areas of all too many houses built in that era.
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