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Hi all, I'm new to the site and am excited to learn and share all sorts of information with you all!
here's what i'm thinking for my root cellar:
first i won't use concrete blocks or poured concrete second i want to minimize the use of any concrete
i have plenty of stone in and on the ground to use but have also thought about using earthbags. i'd like to put a roof on it that would create a small studio space on top....
i'm just looking for some advice and thoughts all are appreciated!
posted 6 years ago
If you have some good stone to use, then build with it, either dry lay or a lime mortar mix will give you some solid walls that should last a 100+ YEARS, if off course, you have to have a proper footings and drainage.