The concrete block, concrete slab or other non wood material that extends below or partly below grade, which provides support for exterior walls and other structural pans of the building. Learn more about foundation walls.
A wall constructed as the continuation of a foundation, usually made of reinforced concrete and limited in height to ground level. The foundation wall generally rests on the footing.
The masonry wall that rest on the footer.
Wall that extends from the footing to the first floor.
A wall of poured concrete (or concrete block, etc.) that rests on the footings; the foundation wall supports the house.
That portion of a loadbearing wall below the level of the adjacent grade, or below first floor beams or joists.
The wall of poured concrete or concrete blocks that rests on the footing and supports the remainder of he house.
That portion of a loadbearing wall below the level of the adjacent grade, or below the first floor line.
A masonry wall below the surface which supports a building.
The wall that supports the structure of the building. Can be poured concrete, block, stone or break.
The concrete block walls built on top of the footer to the height of the slab. The area inside the foundation walls is filled with compacted fill.