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Model # MOD001

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1 lb. Footing Tie Plastic (25-Pack)

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  • 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 Details
  • 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
About This Product

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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Product ID #: 305998925Internet #: 860335000904Model #: MOD001

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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Concrete Form TypeConcrete Footing FormReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Warranty call for details
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Questions & Answers

11Questions
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Q:can the wall's be formed and poured at the same time as the footers ???
by|Jan 19, 2024
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A:  Yes up to a 4 foot tall wall can be poured in one pour.

by|Jan 24, 2024

    A:  Yes, the walls and the footing can be poured at the same time.

    by|Feb 16, 2024
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      Q:What size footing do you end up with? My footings are specified as 16x10 but the spec sheet for these appear to be 18x8 concrete with 2" of foam on all sides
      by|Mar 13, 2023
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      A:  20" x 8" with top foam or 20" x 10" without top foam

      by|Jul 31, 2023
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        Q:Will these hold #5 rebar?
        by|Mar 10, 2023
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        A:  Yes #5s fit

        by|Apr 5, 2023
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          Q:What size rebar do these hold?
          by|Jan 1, 2023
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          A:  1/2" or #4 rebar

          by|Jan 2, 2023
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            Customer Reviews

            4.4 out of 5
            • 4.4 out of 30 reviews
            • 67% 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.
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              Very easy to work with and set up, but mind you I didn't mind all the 2" EPS cutting. Placed 8" core ICF (13 1/4" total width) stem wall on it and taped all the seams using EPS tape. Staked every other brace on both sides of the structure. A slow and low velocity 6" slump and there were no blow outs, bulges, or problems. As far as footing forms go, I knew I wanted the insulation to pair with the ICF above it so this was a no brainer. Super happy with it and even the concrete guys and inspector thought it was solid and purposeful.
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              Product looks excellent but have not gotten to the project...
              Product looks excellent but have not gotten to the project yet. Should perform as expected
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              DIY ICF Footings!
              This product is very easy to use. I assembled 12 boxes for my house and did not have any blow outs or broken areas. They held up great!
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              First time builder - Just okay
              Mostly did the job. Had a blow out at one of the corners. The biggest drawback was shape inconsistency. Some of the corners were skewed which made it difficult to insert foam or icf blocks on occasion. I believe the dimensions were also slightly off from what the spec sheet showed.
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              Boxes were short of not having 25 minute called spoke...
              Boxes were short of not having 25 minute called spoke to the owner of this company told me he was going to the molding factory and he would take care of it never responded sent emails never responded the malls were actually horrible of trying to push the Styrofoam in on certain brackets they were not black as in the picture they were white
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              Would work great if better quality
              The concept is good but my brackets were so distorted you could not get the foam to slide in. About half of the box had distorted brackets. I had to take a torch and warm them up and the slide a piece of foam in them till they cooled. They were distorted as much as a half an inch or more. They were probable jammed in a box while they were still warm coming off of a molding machine. My order said "unbranded" so they were probably a knockoff that someone did who did not care about quality. The ones that were not distorted worked great and are going to be what we use from now on but not unbranded ones.
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                Easy to build and use
                These are easy to use and build. If you take a 4x8 sheet of OSB and mark the OSB at 18” intervals, 3” from each end, as a table on sawhorses, you can use this as a template to assemble the brackets evenly with the 2” ridgid foamboard. This will speed up assembly time. Someone on here said that he had a problem with them moving when stepping on the crushed stone. Apparently he never staked the forms, the same as you do with wood forms. Stake and screw the stakes to the brackets so it doesn’t move. As for any form it has to be secured. The only complaint is that they should be made to accept both 8” and 6” icf. This could be done with a cutaway brace on the brackets to hold the top foamboard icf strips. Right now they only work on 8” Icf walls..
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