The answer to this question is, “It depends.” It depends on where you’re building it, and the same goes for building a swimming pool for that matter. The lot you’re building the basement on will tell you not only if it is possible but if the cost will be worth the trouble. We build basements in Texas, and everyone who knows nothing about basements lists reasons why they are not built in Texas. We know what we are talking about when this question comes up because our founder started out building swimming pools in Texas. So for us this answer is very easy since we actually live in and build basements all over Texas and now Oklahoma. The true fact is more often than not, you can actually build a basement anywhere you can build a swimming pool. A swimming pool is dug out the same, uses the same equipment, and is dug out to nearly the same depth. The only difference between them both is how the concrete is put in place and the formulation of the concrete. For a pool the concrete is blown in, and a basement is usually poured or stacked with a variety of different types of blocks. The question you should be asking is about the feasibility of building a basement, and that depends on the lot you’re building on.
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