Building of foundations in wet winter climates can cause problems
I have built many bases during the winter, and if rain and snow fall, you can rebuild the entire fund and waste time on building the foundation. Foundations based on wet winter climates can cause problems for the homeowner and the entrepreneur.
If you live in an area where water passes through the ground quickly, you may not have as many problems as it is when the soil contains clay and plenty of water. The biggest problem with easy-slip soil is that it will be sand and this may require extra reinforcement to the foundation of the building to protect the soil from the soils.
The biggest problem is building the foundation of the winter season, an area where rain or snow is the time that is wasted during construction. If the metallic strengths begin to rust, the building supervisor may require that it be sandblasted before casting the concrete or replace all reinforcing material of the primer. This can be expensive and I'm very expensive.
The biggest problem with the construction of the bases of wet winter climates is usually extensive soil. If you have a home in an area that has a high clay content and is damp, start expanding. Clay usually absorbs water and produces extensive soil. If the soil is dry, it starts shrinking and creates problems with the foundation.
If you can, try to build your bases in spring, summer or autumn, but do not build it in the winter, unless there is rain or snow often. In the winter, thousands, if not more than a million projects have been built, and these buildings are still standing.
I did not suggest that all buildings have problems that have been built on extensive ground in winter, and I'm trying to say that many problems can be solved by starting construction projects in the spring.