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SKU: BF28
Description: 28" BIG FOOT FOR 10"&12" SONO 3.25 CU FT 6 BAGS #80 SKC
28" BIG FOOT FOR 10"&12" SONO
Price: $34.50/EACH
Quantity: Print

BF28 Bigfoot Systems® Footing Forms 28"

Bigfoot Systems® are plastic footing forms used as pier footings with sono tubes. Engineered design ensures greatly increased stability, safety and convenience. By using the natural laws of physics to evenly distribute the entire load's weight, the footing is solidly secured to the earth.

Bigfoot delivers peace of mind to families and businesses in areas subject to hurricanes by acting as anchors and preventing uplift.

Product Features

  • Simple to plumb
  • Easy to level
  • A cinch to align
  • Stringently tested and evaluated by: Canadian Construction Materials Centre - evaluations are based on the requirements of the National Building Code of Canada and supported by the latest technical research and expertise. And ICC Evaluation Service Inc the United States' leader in evaluating building products for code compliance.
  • Stability
  • Structural strength thanks to Bigfoot ribs
  • Quality design - with Bigfoot's Bell-shape, you can Say "No" to air pockets, cold joints and 90 degree angles
  • Bigfoot meets construction standards - footings should be twice the size of the construction tube
  • Built to last! Our footing form is made from recycled high density polyethylene plastic
  • Quality engineering, optimum structural stability, safety and convenience, make our products the best on the market.
  • Construction rule of thumb calls for a footing to be a maximum of twice the size of the construction tube. Not all plastic footings meet this rule. Bigfoot does.
  • Stringently tested, and evaluated by, CCMC and ESR 2148;
  • Sturdy, pre-engineered, recyclable, high-density polyethylene form
  • Bell-shape eliminates pockets, cold joints and 90-degree angles
  • Air-vent holes
  • Ribs for structural strength
  • Attachment requires only 4 - 6 screws
  • Sheds water from the footing area
  • Acts as an anchor to prevent uplift in areas subject to high velocity winds.