First, BedRock Siteworks brings your ground to a level grade, in some cases a retaining wall may be needed to extend your level site. Then choose from economy, standard, or elite foundation options which determines how the stone foundation is contained.
We help you choose the best foundation for your specific type of structure – that fits your budget – and fits your property or backyard. In most cases, it’s recommended that a wood floor structure rest’s on a stone base foundation. However, if your looking for concrete to be your floor, check out our concrete foundation options.
We offer three options for a Stone Base Foundation. Economy, Standard, and Elite, the various differences are listed below.
Another important consideration is to make sure the foundation exactly matches the shape of your building. As an example, a gazebo, a cabana, or a pavilion may be octagonal, square, or rectangular. Buildings come in many sizes and shapes, and our attention to detail guarantees your foundation is exactly the right size and shape for your structure.
Economy Stone Base Foundation
This foundation provides a stable stone base foundation for the least cost. An earthen berm is used to contain the drainage stone.
Standard Stone Base Foundation
Our most popular standard containment includes a border of 4” X 6” or 6” X 6” pressure-treated wood secured with ½” X 24” steel rebar. This border keeps the stone in place and creates a distinct perimeter around the structure. Geotextile fabric placed within the border to stabilize the stone base and also to prevent weed growth. Six inches of certified drain stone insures quick drainage and a dry floor.
Elite Stone Base Foundation
In all functional ways, the Elite option is the same as Standard with a visual boost when we top it with a 1” X 6” Azek composite board that comes in red, brown, or gray.