Last week in this series of blog posts I wrote about Week 1, when the construction just got started on the rental home. In the event you missed that post you can read about it at this link: Building a rental home on the coast of Ecuador! Week 1 .
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So Week #2 of building a rental home on the coast of Ecuador, brings the construction of the footing for the support columns of the 585 square foot rental home. There will be 9 support columns in total for this particular structure.
April 9, 2013
The first wood frame is made for what will be the concrete footing for the first column. All of the other columns will be done the same way, with the skeleton of rebar and wood to make the shape necessary to pour the concrete into. The rebar is all hand tied with wire, cut, and bent as needed.
April 13, 2013
The next weeks posting will be week 3 of building a rental home on the coast of Ecuador. The workers will finish erecting the rebar for the 9 columns, constructing wooden casts for the columns, and later begin to pour concrete for the columns.