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1 lb. Footing Tie Plastic (25-Pack)

  • Enables fast and easy concrete footing preparation
  • Designed to stay in place without requiring wood planks
  • Measures 10.5 in. H x 24 in. L x 1.5 in. D
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Product Overview

The Foothold ICF Footing System allows for fast and easy concrete footing preparation. Insulation foam board and the Foothold allow you to create a combination footing and foundation wall system that is ready to pour. Save time and money with the Foothold stay-in-place ICF footing system.
  • Stay in place footing form
  • No wood planks needed
  • No stakes
  • No spreader boards required

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
10.5 in
Product Length (in.)
24 in

Details

Concrete Form Type
Concrete Footing Form
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty call for details

Questions & Answers

2Questions3Answers

What would be the final dimension of the actual concrete portion of the footer?

Asked by James February 23, 2020
2
Answers

19-19.5 inches

Can this product be used or modified to allow a footing and slab to be poured at the same time?

Asked by Mike May 3, 2019
1
Answer

Yes I would say it is possible to do that by attaching an wood form board on the outside of the tie then put 2 inch foam board on the inward side of the board.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 14 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Footing Ties
Handier than trenching or wooden forms. Lightweight and easy to adjust for novices, can be tweaked for difficult adjustments, I had to tie into an existing wall and had a later down, worked well. Allows for monolithic pour if used with ICF (I used BB, just check your measurements). Rebar brackets were nice. Could lay drainage pipe along footer before pouring and backfilling. Watch the online videos for more info. Cost was $3 per piece, you’ll use 6 in a 10’ section and more at corners and odd splices. No hidden charges (shipping was free) so worth the money.
by Footie122
This is a great product. We built 200’ of forms in a couple of hours. Easy to build easy to plac...
This is a great product. We built 200’ of forms in a couple of hours. Easy to build easy to place. Even for a novice like me. Puts us ahead of schedule.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Super easy product to use
Like yhis product as super easy to use, light and if you install rebar and first icf block it becomes super strong for back fill etc it also saves excavation costs and time
by owlman
Seems to be a good product, but I would like to see directions for the manufacturer's recommended...
Seems to be a good product, but I would like to see directions for the manufacturer's recommended installation. Or recommended lap techniques.
by BigH
Well made. Efficient concept...
Well made. Efficient concept
by MATHIEU
Great product
Great product works perfect Saved $1500 in concrete pump truck and $400 in wood for forms by doing a single pour with my icf walls
by Angelo
Poor design. Not Recommend
Initially, I thought I was getting a winner. However, a few issues arose when attempting to use the footer brackets as designed. 1. Corner design makes for a less than true 90 degree angle. 2. Time to cut and assemble each section took too long. For 200 linear feet of form, a 40x60 building, took almost 10 hours of work. All cutting was done on a table saw which did speed things up. 3. During backfill, it is nearly impossible to keep the line of forms in-line. After stone is placed on both sides, ANY weight like walking on the stone will push the form out of alignment. Another 40 man hours to try and get them straight. Finally I gave up. 4. I had to dismantle the forms and just use the outer panels to pour the footers. I would recommend if you are looking for an insulated footer as I was to just pour it traditionally, buy the foam, cut it to size and use the backfill to hold it on. Also trench base heights were within 1/8” by laser, using the designer’s dimensions of foam cuts did not give a true level height for the footer. Plastic is cheap and brittle. This product isn’t user friendly nor designed well enough to hold a reasonable straight line.
by BruceTibbetts
4 people found this helpful
They work as described, However I ordered additional from what...
They work as described, However I ordered additional from what they say you need, and it was definitely a good choice, depending on how your icf forms lay out you will need additional for support.
by LAURIE
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by HomeDepotCustomer
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